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  • 22
    Sep

    The President and businessmen agreed to reinforce the Pacic

    The federal government intends to “work as a team” with the business sector of the food sector to reinforce the measures and avoid new price increases of the 24 basic products considered in the Package against Inflation and Famine (Pacic). With this objective, President Andrés Manuel López Obrador met...

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  • 22
    Sep

    U.S. Export Values Growing and Food Prices Continue to Climb

    The value of all U.S. exports has grown at an average annual rate of 6% since 2002 and reached a record high of $1.4 trillion in fiscal year 2021. The USDA says over that time, agriculture’s share of total U.S. exports has steadily increased. Between 2002 and 2021, the...

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  • 22
    Sep

    Russia and Chile, main meat and dairy export destinations

    Exports in the livestock sector for the first semester presented different trends in the variables from month to month. According to the Colombian Federation of Livestock Farmers (Fedegan), despite the fact that there was no foreign trade in live cattle in July, shipments of livestock, meat and dairy products reached US$302...

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  • 22
    Sep

    Egypt shows interest in buying beef for its ‘high quality’

    The Federation of Livestock Farmers of Santa Cruz (Fegasacruz) reported that in Egypt there is interest in importing Bolivian beef due to its quality and compliance with the requirements demanded in the international market. The Egyptian consul in Bolivia, Moamed Salah, made known his country’s interest in importing this...

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  • 21
    Sep

    Brazil awaits approval of health requirements to receive Bolivian cattle

    The Senasag of Bolivia and MAPA of Brazil agreed to approve the sanitary requirements to export live bovine cattle, for reproduction, fattening and slaughter, from Bolivia to Brazil.  The executive director of the National Agricultural Health and Food Safety Service (Senasag), Javier Suárez, reported that he met with representatives...

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  • 21
    Sep

    Beef Exports Climb

    U.S. Meat Export Federation President and CEO Dan Halstrom says that was made possible by growth in several key markets. Japan was up eight percent, China reported a 30% jump, and strong showings in other markets such as the Philippines as well as the Caribbean and Central America are...

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  • 19
    Sep

    The end of the half carcass divides the meat sector: butchers oppose and exporting refrigerators support

    From the national government they admit that it is in a position to start from next November 1 with the provision of meat in pieces of less than 32 kilos from refrigerators to butchers and supermarkets. The measure will end the delivery to the retailer of the half carcass. A decision...

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  • 19
    Sep

    Specialists in livestock issues analyzed the impact that the easing of beef exports announced days ago by the Government will have

    In recent weeks, a relaxation in beef exports has been announced, which are restricted until December 31 of next year due to the ban on exporting the 7 most consumed cuts in the domestic market, including roast, matambre and empty. The Ministry of Agriculture decided to increase the exportable volume...

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  • 19
    Sep

    August set the record for cattle slaughter in 2022

    According to data provided by the National Directorate of Agricultural Commercial Control (DNCCA), in August 2022, the slaughter climbed to its maximum monthly value for the current year, reaching 1.23 million heads of cattle processed. This implies a monthly rise, compared to July of the current year, of (+10.9%), which...

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  • 16
    Sep

    There is expectation to recover the rhythm of cattle exports

    Despite the drop in exports at the beginning of the 2nd semester of 2022, there is an expectation that the pace of the first half of the year will recover. Both ranchers and businessmen expect to ship more cattle shipments in the last quarter. Miguel Dulcey, manager of the company...

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