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Brazilian Poultry Products Exports in June

Source:

APBA

According to the statistics of ABPA -- the Brazilian Animal Protein Association: Brazil exported a total of 432,500 tons of poultry meat in June, a YoY increase of 8.8% that 397,000 tons were exported in June 2021. Export revenue in June totaled 951.7 million US dollars, a YoY increase of 46.3%.

According to the statistics of ABPA -- the Brazilian Animal Protein Association: Brazil exported a total of 432,500 tons of poultry meat in June, a YoY increase of 8.8% that 397,000 tons were exported in June 2021. Export revenue in June totaled 951.7 million US dollars, a YoY increase of 46.3%.

 

From Jan to June 2022, Brazil exported a total of 2.423 million tons of poultry meat, a YoY increase of 8%, with total revenue of US$4.728 billion, a YoY increase of 36%.

 

“Export prices have increased with mounting production costs. While export performance has continued to grow, we also clearly recognize that global inflation, rising costs, and the spread of bird flu have caused some international markets to face difficulties in local production. The Russian-Ukrainian war has led to a surge in feed supply, and Brazilian poultry meat manufacturers face grim situations. The increase in exports can also help them reduce the pressure of high costs; now, it is crucial to ensure the continuous food supply.” said Ricardo, President of APBA.

 

The main exporting countries of Brazilian poultry meat in June were: Saudi Arabia 39,000 tons (up 69%); Japan 37,100 tons (up 3%); the United Arab Emirates 35,600 tons (up 18%); the Philippines 21,100 tons (up 9%); South Korea 18,400 tons (up 67%); China 46,500 tonnes in June (down 18%).

 

“Most of the international markets are proliferating. Saudi Arabia in the Middle East has recently allowed some Brazilian factories poultry imports. Other Asian countries such as the Philippines and South Korea have jumped to the fifth and sixth importers of Brazilian poultry in June. China still remains Brazil’s most important market despite growth in other countries.“ said Luis, Marketing Director of ABPA.