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The estimated value of Russian meat exports in 2023

Meat
Russia
Market & Price Trends
Published Feb 12, 2024

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Russia's meat and meat product exports have seen a significant increase of 17.5% from 2022, reaching two billion dollars over the past year, according to Viktor Linnik, the head of Miratorg, one of Russia's largest meat agricultural holdings. The country exported 800,000 tons of these products, which is 109,000 tons more than in 2022, positioning Russia as a significant net exporter. Despite this, Russia still faces a shortage in supply for some types of meat products. Miratorg has increased its export revenue to 40 billion rubles and has a presence in 40 countries.
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Over the past year, exports of Russian meat and meat products in monetary terms amounted to two billion dollars. Such data was given by the head of one of the largest meat agricultural holdings in Russia, Miratorg, Viktor Linnik in his presentation at the exhibition-forum “Russia” at VDNKh, reports our correspondent who was present at the event. This is 17.5 percent higher than in 2022. In physical terms, according to the materials presented, 800 thousand tons of these products were exported abroad, or 109 thousand tons more than in 2022. In turn, imports amounted to 640 thousand tons or 62 thousand higher, respectively. Thus, our country can be considered a serious net exporter of these products. Let us recall that this term is used for a particular country and products, the volume of exports of which has become greater than purchases. The Union of Pig Breeders presented a list of the largest pork producers However, these figures differ from those given at the end of last year on ...
Source: Rosng
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