The poultry meat market in Russia has increased slightly

Market & Price Trends
Published Jan 26, 2024

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The poultry meat market in Russia has seen a slight increase of 0.2 percent in volume, reaching 4 million 207 thousand tons in slaughter weight, according to EMEAT. This growth was primarily observed in the North Caucasus, Siberia, the Volga region, and the Southern Federal, while a decrease was noted in the Urals, the Far East, the Central District, and the North-West. Imports of poultry meat, largely from Brazil, rose by a quarter, and exports, mainly to China, Saudi Arabia, and Vietnam, increased by nine percent. Poultry meat exports now represent 55 percent of the total supply of Russian meat products.
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Over the 11 months of last year, the volume of the poultry meat market in Russia increased by 0.2 percent or 8,700 tons from the same period in 2022 - to 4 million 207 thousand tons in slaughter weight. These data were provided by the analytical agency EMEAT. In particular, the production of these products increased by 0.1 percent to 4 million 355 thousand tons in slaughter weight and 5 million 925 thousand tons in live weight. Of the specific federal districts, the largest increase occurred in the North Caucasus - by 9.7 percent, followed by Siberia with 4.7, the Volga region with 1.2 and the Southern Federal with 1.1. At the same time, in the Urals production decreased by 5.3%, in the Far East - by 5.2, in the Central District - by 2.1, and in the North-West - by one and a half. Of the individual regions, production output increased most strongly in the Altai Territory (by 18.5 percent), the Bryansk Region (by 7.7 percent) and the Stavropol Territory (by 7.4 percent). At the ...
Source: Rosng
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