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Iran: Decrease in the supply of chicken meat in December

Iran
Market & Price Trends
Published Jan 16, 2024

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The latest reports from the Iranian Statistics Center show that chicken meat accounted for 97.4% of the total weight of poultry meat supplied, with turkey and other types of poultry making up the rest. Compared to the previous year, there has been a decrease in the supply of poultry meat in the country's official slaughterhouses, with the supply of chicken, ostrich, turkey, quail, and other types of poultry all decreasing. Additionally, the supply of poultry meat in the country's official slaughterhouses in December 1402 compared to the previous month has decreased by about four percent.
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According to Isna, according to the latest reports of the Iranian Statistics Center, chicken meat accounted for 180,106 tons, equivalent to 97.4% of the total weight of poultry meat supplied. Turkey meat with 1,943 tons and other types of poultry with 2,843 tons accounted for 1% and 1.6% of the total weight of poultry meat supplied, respectively. Comparing the performance of the country's official slaughterhouses in December 1402 with the same month of 1401 shows a seven percent decrease in the supply of poultry meat in the country's official slaughterhouses. The amount of poultry meat supply in December 1402 compared to the same month of the previous year has decreased by 8% for chicken and 52% for ostrich, 49% for turkey, 38% for quail and ...
Source: Isna
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