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Brazilian chicken meat exports peaked in 2023

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Published Jan 29, 2024

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In 2023, Brazil's chicken exports reached a record high of over 5 million tons, a 6.6% increase from the previous year, as reported by the Brazilian Animal Protein Association (ABPA). The exports, which spanned five continents, generated a total revenue of $9.796 billion, marking a slight increase of 0.4% from 2022. The state of Paraná led in exports, shipping 2.087 million tons. Japan was the largest importer, with a 53.9% increase in imports from 2022, totaling 55,900 tons.
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Brazil's chicken exports, including all products, both fresh and processed, registered a new high in 2023, with more than 5 million tons sold to 5 continents. The country shipped a total of 5.138 million tons of poultry products last year, the Brazilian Animal Protein Association (ABPA) said. This figure shows an increase of 6.6% compared to the total exports of 4.822 million tons in 2022. In terms of revenues, annual growth was 0.4%, accumulating a total of $9.796 billion in 2023, compared to $9.762 billion registered in the same period of 2022. The performance was consolidated by the result achieved in December. A total of 467,200 tons of chicken meat were exported in December, which is 20.9% higher than the amount registered in December 2022 (386,300 tons). This was the second largest volume shipped in one month in the history of the sector, surpassed only by the measured volume of 514,600 tonnes exported in March 2023. As a result, export revenue in December was $818.9 ...
Source: Magro
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