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Russia is one of the three largest exporters of poultry meat to China

Russia
China
Market & Price Trends
Published Apr 23, 2024

Tridge summary

Russia has emerged as a leading poultry exporter to China, now ranking among the top three due to a significant share of its exports directed to the Chinese market and capturing 10.5 percent of China's total poultry imports. This surge is largely attributed to a decline in U.S. exports following avian influenza outbreaks and China's active search for alternative suppliers. With the U.S. facing reduced competition and China's increasing inclination towards prepared food products, Russian poultry exporters are poised for further growth. This shift offers a strategic opportunity for Russia to increase its market presence and explore new avenues for sales in the Chinese market.
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Original content

Last year, Russia entered the top 3 largest exporters of poultry products to China. This was reported by Sfera. It referred to information from the National Union of Poultry Farmers and the Federal Center for the Development of Exports of Agricultural Products (Agroexport, owned by the Ministry of Agriculture). According to it, the share of supplies of these products to the Celestial Empire amounted to about 56 percent of the total volume of Russian exports to non-CIS countries. This figure did not change according to the results of the first quarter of this year. The publication also presented data from the livestock service of China itself, according to which our country accounts for 10.5 percent of total imports. The first and second places, according to her information, are occupied by the USA and Brazil, but exact figures are not given. In addition, experts believe that Russian supplies of poultry products will continue to grow in the near future. They explained this forecast ...
Source: Rosng
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