Brazil's chicken meat exports in January fell 3.8% in volume and 20.2% in revenue compared to Jan/23

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Published Feb 10, 2024

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Brazil's fresh and processed chicken meat exports in January fell by 3.8% year-on-year to 404.9 thousand tons, according to the Brazilian Animal Protein Association (ABPA). The revenue from these exports also dropped by 20.2% to US$683.6 million. The main markets for these exports were Japan, the United Arab Emirates, China, Saudi Arabia, and South Africa. Paraná was the leading exporting state, followed by Santa Catarina, Rio Grande do Sul, São Paulo, and Goiás.
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São Paulo, 02/09/2024 - Exports of fresh and processed chicken meat in January totaled 404.9 thousand tons, a volume 3.8% lower than that shipped in January last year, of 420.9 thousand tons. Revenue reached US$683.6 million, 20.2% below the previous year's figure of US$856.6 million, reported the Brazilian Animal Protein Association (ABPA). “The monthly flow of exports remains above 400 thousand tons, within expectations for the first month of the year", said ABPA's markets director, Luís Rua. "Despite the complex situation around the Red Sea, the nations of the East Medium remain in the spotlight, with significant increases in imports." In a note, the entity said that the main destinations for Brazilian product in January were Japan, with 40.1 thousand tons (+6.4% compared to January 2023), the United Arab Emirates, with 38.7 thousand tons (+ 7.5%), China, with 38.4 thousand tons (-36.2%), Saudi Arabia, with 34.9 thousand tons (+7.9%) and ...
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