In Kazakhstan, the production of fresh and chilled meat increased by 39% over the month

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Published Feb 24, 2024

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In 2023, Kazakhstan experienced a 10.1% increase in the production of fresh or chilled meat, totaling 80.2 thousand tons. Beef was the most consumed meat at 18.33 kg per capita, followed by horsemeat at 4.88 kg. However, there was a decrease in the consumption of lamb and pork by 4% and 2.5% respectively. The start of 2024 saw an increase in meat prices, with beef experiencing the highest annual increase of 8.7%, particularly in the regions of Almaty, Atyrau, and Ulytau.
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Production of fresh or chilled meat from cattle (cattle), pigs, sheep, goats, horses and equines in January-December 2023 reached 80.2 thousand tons - 10.1% more than in the same period in 2022- th. This was reported by analysts from the agency According to the information, in January of this year, 7.1 thousand tons of fresh or chilled meat were already produced - immediately 39.4% more than in January 2023. As noted, the most popular meat among Kazakhstanis is beef: its consumption amounted to 18.33 kg on average per capita for January-September 2023 - 3.2% more than for the same period in 2022. Horsemeat comes next: 4.88 kg on average per capita, an increase of 11.7% over the year. Lamb consumption, on the contrary, decreased by 4% over the year, amounting to 4.02 kg on average per capita for January-September last year. Pork consumption also decreased by 2.5%: 2.46 kg on average per capita. As for meat prices, the cost of meat at the end of January 2024 increased ...
Source: Agrosektor
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