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US: Egg exports gain in volume, value

Frozen Whole Chicken
Meat
United States
Market & Price Trends
Published Dec 24, 2023

Tridge summary

Broiler exports from several countries including Mexico, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Iraq, Costa Rica, and several others saw significant gains in 2023, while overall broiler exports for the first ten months of the year were down in comparison to the same period the previous year, with 55.3 percent of the total shipment going to the top six markets. Turkey exports for the same period saw an increase in both quantity and value, as 79.5 percent of the total quantity exported was shipped to the top six markets. Egg exports also saw growth in both quantity and value, with cumulative egg exports for the year increasing by 10.0 percent and the value of those exports increasing by 20.5 percent.
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Mexico, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Iraq, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Dominican Republic, Georgia, Haiti, Qatar, Nicaragua, Peru, El Salvador, Congo (Kinshasa), Honduras, and Mozambique registered tremendous gains in broiler exports from the same period a year earlier. Broiler exports for the first ten months of 2023 were 3,038,888 metric tons, down 3.9 percent from the same period of last year, while export value was $3.968 billion, down 10.3 percent (Figure 1). Of the total shipment, 55.3 percent or 1,679,946 tons were shipped to the top six markets, including Mexico, China, Taiwan, Cuba, Philippines, and Canada. Shipments to Mexico in January-October 2023 were 598,445 metric tons, up 10.7 percent from the same period a year earlier. During the same period, Brazilian chicken exports to Mexico reached 154,641 metric tons, up 21.0 percent year over year, while Chilean chicken exports to Mexico were 22,644 metric tons, down 6.5 percent. Exports to China decreased by 29.9 percent to 372,326 tons ...
Source: EuroMeat
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