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  • 11
    Ago

    China halts beef imports from US firm

    China on Thursday halted meat imports from a US firm after a banned substance was found in a shipment, local media reported. According to public broadcaster CGTN, ractopamine, a type of animal feed additive, was detected in the shipment by King Meat Service, the Chinese General Administration of Customs...

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  • 11
    Ago

    Mercosur consolidates itself as the main exporter of beef

    Mercosur is once again consolidated  as the main world exporter of bovine meat with shipments of almost 1.8 million tons during the first half of the year . Brazil, Uruguay, Argentina and Paraguay, in that order, were the main suppliers. Click here to read full note: https://www.contextoganadero.com/internacional/mercosur-se-consolida-como-el-principal-exportador-de-carne-bovina

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  • 11
    Ago

    Brazilian beef on China’s menu

    China is back building up its beef importing business, and South America is cashing in, with their export volumes happily meeting the demand. Both Brazil and Argentina have increased beef exports for the first half of 2022, with increased slaughter in both countries allowing for more product to head...

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  • 10
    Ago

    Current scenario does not offer an improvement in cattle prices

    The president of the Paraguayan Chamber of Meat (CPC), Randy Ross, indicated that although the export volume has recovered, the current scenario does not offer an improvement in prices. He mentioned that the industrial sector is awaiting an improvement in the markets of Chile and Taiwan, which they hope will...

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  • 10
    Ago

    Demand for Australian meat strong in China

    Australian beef and sheepmeat will see continued demand in China despite the country’s slowing economy and COVID-related lockdowns impacting the consumption of meats, according to Rabobank research. click here to read full note: https://www.foodprocessing.com.au/content/business-solutions/news/demand-for-australian-meat-strong-in-china-448884993

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  • 10
    Ago

    Beef off the table in US households

     Consumers in the United States, pressured by strong inflation, have stopped buying expensive cuts of beef and exchanged them for cheaper chicken in supermarkets. Tyson, the meat processing giant, said on Monday that “demand for chicken is extremely strong.” While demand for its higher-priced cuts of beef has decreased by...

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  • 10
    Ago

    USDA Releases Proposed Rule on Organic Livestock and Poultry

    The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has published in the Federal Register the proposed rule for organic cattle (cattle, pigs and sheep) and poultry (OLPS). With this publication, the USDA is proposing requirements for the living conditions, care, transportation, and slaughter of organic poultry and livestock. Click here to...

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  • 09
    Ago

    South Korea opens duty-free quota for imported beef

    South Korea is currently the leading value market for U.S. beef exports, with shipments on pace to possibly reach $3 billion in 2022. But rising food prices are a concern in Korea, and the government is taking steps to ease the burden on consumers. As part of this effort,...

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  • 09
    Ago

    Uruguay exports 12,500 Angus bellies to China to cross them with Wagyu and achieve Premium meat

    According to the portal agromeat.com, the southern country has now sent 12,500 live heifers of the Angus breed to cross them at destination with cattle of the Wagyu breed , and thus promote the production of premium meat. The shipment, which left Montevideo for the city of Waigang, was completed with...

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  • 09
    Ago

    Cattle sales fall by 80 percent

    During May and June, the sale of live cattle that is sent to the Mexicali feedlots plummeted by 80%, due to the fact that the collectors of the neighboring state found saturated; Thus, of up to 5 cages per week that were released in previous months, at this time only...

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