World meat industry news

Russia becomes a large net exporter

  • 9 Dec 09:01

Russia becomes a large net exporter In a relatively short time, Russia has transformed itself from a globally significant importer to an exporter of pork. Eight years ago, the country imported more than 1.1 mill. t of pork and was the world's second largest importer of this product; in the meantime, however, imports have become almost insignificant. Exports, on the other hand, have picked up such a pace that Russia is expected to become the seventh largest pork exporter in the world this year. According to foreign trade data from the Danish Umbrella Association of the Agricultural and Food Industry (Landbrug & Fødevarer, L&F), Russia imported just under 8,300 t of pork, including. Read more...

Economist predicts sharp rise in food prices

  • 8 Dec 09:54

Economist predicts sharp rise in food prices The coronavirus pandemic will lead to a sharp rise in food prices, said chief researcher of the Center for Agricultural and Food Policy of the Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Administration under the President of the Russian Federation, Doctor of Economics Vasily Uzun, theNational News Servicereports. Due to the pandemic, incomes fell by more than 10 percent, food is becoming more expensive, this trend persists for 2021. In the category of poor citizens, 50 percent of income accounts for food, he said. The expert noted that the public catering sector is under threat. If earlier in Russia, about 20 percent of rich families' income accounted for. Read more...

Russia has doubled agricultural exports to Saudi Arabia

  • 8 Dec 09:51

Russia has doubled agricultural exports to Saudi Arabia Russian agricultural exports to Saudi Arabia have doubled since the beginning of the year. Almost 3 million tonnes of agricultural and food products worth 637 million dollars were shipped to the Kingdom. Saudi Arabia is the largest buyer of Russian barley. As of 29 November, its deliveries increased to 484 million dollars, which is 2.3 times higher compared to the same period last year. Exports of confectionery products rose by 19% to 33 million dollars. Beef exports increased from 325 thousand dollars in 2019 to 14.6 million dollars in 2020. The export development was facilitated by the decision of the Saudi Grains Organization (SAGO) to mitigate the requirements. Read more...

Russian Poultry Export Destinations Should Increase

  • 7 Dec 13:25

Russian Poultry Export Destinations Should Increase Russian poultry industry executives believe the country has the opportunity to export its products to more than 60 countries.Experts believe that the export of these products can add significant value to the trade cycle of the poultry industry. Assessments show that the country currently exports its poultry products to more than 30 countries.It should be noted that in recent months Russia has tried to increase its exports to Southeast Asia and the Middle East.However, the markets of different countries have different characteristics and will require efforts to market products among end consumers. According to published statistics, the country has exported more than. Read more...

Russian meat producer Cherkizovo sees up to 70 percent growth in exports

  • 7 Dec 13:24

Russian meat producer Cherkizovo sees up to 70 percent growth in exports Cherkizovo Group, Russia’s largest meat producer, expects its export volume to rise by up to 70 percent in 2020 due to higher sales of poultry to Asia and the Middle East. Reutersreports thatCherkizovoexpects its poultry exports to jump 85 percent to about 63,000 tonnes, or around 74 percent of the estimated 85,000 tonne export total for 2020. "China has become the major export market for our poultry products since 2019", said Andrey Terekhin, head of industry associations and government institutions relations at Cherkizovo. In 2020, Cherkizovo shipped the first batches of poultry to Saudi Arabia and the UAE. Overseas sales of pork are estimated to. Read more...

How Will The Devaluation Of The National Currency Help The Poultry Industry?

  • 4 Dec 11:24

How Will The Devaluation Of The National Currency Help The Poultry Industry? Following the outbreak of COVID-19 and the devaluation of the national currency in many countries around the world, especially in developing countries, the poultry industry is facing new opportunities and problems. Note that this pandemic had a devastating effect on the structure of the poultry industry in different parts of the world. The destruction of the overall structure and the reduction of consumer demand are among the most important effects of this disease that have affected the poultry industry. Some experts believe that these problems could create new opportunities for the poultry industry. Falling citizens’ incomes under such conditions can. Read more...

Tajikistan’s Poultry Industry Continues To Grow

  • 4 Dec 11:22

Tajikistan’s Poultry Industry Continues To Grow Tajikistan appears to have continued to grow in the poultry industry.Estimates show that the country’s poultry industry has succeeded in producing nearly two percent more chicken meat in the first nine months of this year than last year. The Ministry of Agriculture has worked out a medium-term plan to maintain this annual growth, and now it seems that these efforts have continued even in the pandemic of COVID-19. However, despite the continued growth of production of this product, the study of the country’s markets shows that the growing trend of chicken meat prices in this country has also continued. On average, the price of chicken meat in Tajikistan compared. Read more...

Export of agricultural products from the Russian Federation by the end of November exceeded the indicator for the entire 2019

  • 3 Dec 13:08

Export of agricultural products from the Russian Federation by the end of November exceeded the indicator for the entire 2019 By November 29, Russia exported agricultural products for $ 25.934 billion, which is higher than the figure for the entire last year ($ 25.6 billion).According to the Agroexport center under the Ministry of Agriculture, exports increased by 16% compared to the same period last year. Leadership in supplies is held by grain, the export of which amounted to $ 8.635 billion, which is 20% more than a year earlier. The products of the fat and oil complex were sent abroad for $ 4.154 billion (19% more), meat and dairy products - for $ 1.022 billion (42% more), processed products - for $ 3.73 billion (16% more). At the same time, the export of fish and seafood decreased by 5%,. Read more...

Canada to open up for Ukrainian poultry

  • 3 Dec 12:42

Canada to open up for Ukrainian poultry Ukraine hopes to gain access for agricultural products (including meat) to more than 30 countries in the following months. The first market to be open is Canada for poultry but officials from the State Food and Consumer Service said their priority is to open new Asian markets, including China, ASEAN countries (Vietnam, Malaysia, Philippines, and Indonesia), South Asia (India, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, and Afghanistan), East Asia (Republic of Korea and Japan), as well as GCC (Qatar, Kuwait, and UAE). "In the near future, the opening of the following markets is expected: Canada – poultry meat; the People's Republic of China – fish and fish products,. Read more...

Increasing Russia’s Share In Global Poultry Markets

  • 2 Dec 11:59

Increasing Russia’s Share In Global Poultry Markets Russia’s poultry industry has quadrupled its exports over the past seven years.Estimates show that the country exported only 54,000 tons of chicken meats and by-products in 2013. This is while the mentioned amount has reached more than 209,000 tons during 2019.In recent years, Russia has made great efforts to increase the production and export of poultry products. Analysts believe that by the end of this year, the country’s exports will reach more than 300,000 tons. Studies show that the country’s exports will increase by 15% next year. On the other hand, according to published statistics, the import of poultry products to this country has decreased. Read more...