Brazil: Pork exports grow 11.7% in January

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Published Feb 9, 2024

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In January 2024, Brazil saw an 11.7% increase in pork exports compared to the same period last year, reaching 99.6 thousand tons, as reported by the Brazilian Animal Protein Association. Despite this, the revenue from international sales was down by 6.3%. China, the largest importer of Brazilian pork, reduced its imports by 44.6% to 23,100 tons. On the other hand, chicken meat exports decreased by 3.8% to 404.9 thousand tons, but the monthly export flow remained above 400 thousand tons.
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Portuguese Chicken meat shipments maintain flow above 400 thousand tons in 2024 São Paulo, January 8, 2024 – Surveys by the Brazilian Animal Protein Association (ABPA) show that Brazilian pork exports (considering all products, including fresh and processed) totaled 99.6 thousand tons in January, exceeding 11.7% the total exported in the same period last year, with 89.2 thousand tons. In terms of revenue, the sector's international sales totaled US$199 million, a balance 6.3% lower than the total recorded in January 2023, with US$212.4 million. China, Brazil's largest pork importer, imported 23,100 tons in January (-44.6% compared to the previous year). In a highly positive flow, the Philippines imported 12.3 thousand tons in the same period (+241.3%), followed by Chile, with 10.8 thousand tons (+65.7%), Hong Kong, with 9.5 thousand tonnes (+34%) and Singapore, with 5.1 thousand tonnes (+10%). In the ranking of the largest exporting states, Santa Catarina leads with 55.5 thousand ...
Source: Abpa
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