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China's mutton sheep import and export trade monthly report for September 2023

Frozen Bone-In Beef
Meat
China
Market & Price Trends
Mutton
Published Nov 10, 2023

Tridge summary

In September 2023, China's mutton imports decreased for the fourth consecutive month, reaching a new low in the past two years. The main import sources of mutton were Australia and New Zealand, accounting for 97.72% of total imports. The average CIF price of mutton continued to decline.

On the other hand, mutton exports showed growth both year-on-year and month-on-month, with the main export destination being Hong Kong, China. The average export price of mutton remained stable. There was a significant increase in live sheep imports from Mongolia.

Overall, mutton imports declined, while mutton exports grew, and live sheep imports increased from Mongolia.
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Original content

​ 1. Mutton import situation ​ (1) Total mutton import volume and total import volume ​ In September, the import volume and import scale of mutton showed a downward trend on the same period and month-on-month basis, with the import scale hitting a new low in the past two years. The total mutton import volume this month was 27,600 tons, down 6.27% and 16.14% month-on-month respectively; imports The total amount was US$100 million, a year-on-year and month-on-month decrease of 36.82% and 25.04% respectively. ​ Beef import volume and import scale also showed a downward trend on the same month and month-on-month basis. The total beef import volume this month was 245,200 tons, which was approximately 8.9 times the total mutton import volume. The year-on-month and month-on-month decreases were 1.10% and 7.74% respectively; imports The total amount was US$1.207 billion, down 28.24% and 13.18% respectively year-on-year. As of this month, the import volume and import scale of beef ...
Source: Foodmate
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