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  • 22
    Jul

    Inflation cuts beef sales in México

    So far in 2022, the Mexican meat sector reported average price increases of 35 per cent, although some meat products have risen to 300 per cent. Inflation accelerated in May and reached its highest level since 2001 due to the persistent increase in food prices. Inflationary pressures continue and...

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  • 21
    Jul

    Beef exports from the United States , in record numbers

    U.S. beef exports set new volume and value records last May, topping $1 billion for the fourth time this year, according to data released by the USDA and recently compiled by the Beef Export Federation. US Beef (USMEF). Click here to read the full note: https://eurocarne.com/noticias/codigo/55297/kw/Las+exportaciones+de+carne+de+vacuno+desde+Estados+Unidos%2C+en+n%C3%BAmeros+de+r%C3%A9cord

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  • 21
    Jul

    Surge in Brazilian beef exports in first half of 2022

    For the first six months of 2022, the volume of beef exports jumped to 1.1 mtonnes, the volume that was exported by Brazil for the entire year in 2011. This is up from 874,424t in the same period of 2021, a 21.5% increase. Click here to read the full...

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  • 21
    Jul

    Argentine affirm that the production of beef could grow more than 56% by 2030

    Cattle production could go from 3.2 to 5 million tons in the next 8 years, which would represent a rise of 56.25%. While, in the next 20 years, it could reach 8 million tons, which would mean a growth of 150%. The consultant and member of the Meat Commission of the Argentine Rural Society...

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  • 20
    Jul

    Korean tariff suspension presents opportunity for Australian beef

    South Korean President Yoon Suk-Yeol announced that tariffs would be suspended for 100,000 tonnes of imported beef from July 20 until the end of 2022. MLA noted that, as the U.S. currently faces lower tariff rates than Australia, this presents a significant opportunity for Australia exporters, especially given that...

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  • 20
    Jul

    Feeder steer prices continue rapid deterioration

    FEEDER cattle prices continue to head south at a rapid – some might say alarming – rate, buffeted by a series of headwinds created both within, and outside Australia. While it had started a little earlier, the trend has become much more extreme since the end of June. Click...

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  • 20
    Jul

    Beef Market Robust Pace of Industry During 2022-2030 

    The companies analysed in the report include Tyson Foods, JBS S.A., Sysco Corporation, Danish Crown, Marfrig Global Foods, Hormel Food Corporation, Minerva, Cargill Meat Solution Corporation, Perdue Farms, OSI Group. The Global Beef Market was valued at USD 323.45 Billion in the year 2020. Beef is becoming more popular as people...

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  • 20
    Jul

    The ICA authorized two quarantines for the export of live cattle

    In response to the complaint by the manager of Expoganados Internacional, Miguel Dulcey, in which he warned that the national government had not authorized live cattle exports for more than 30 days, the Colombian Agricultural Institute (ICA) authorized the start of two new quarantines in the authorized and certified...

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  • 19
    Jul

    Brazil’s corn exports soar 221%, boosted by Ukraine’s absence

    Brazil’s corn exports through southern ports in the state of Paraná have continued to exceed expectations, with shipments up 221% in the first half of the year, amid the Ukraine’s absence from the market. According to a statement from the Paranaguá port authority on Monday, the increase in corn...

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  • 19
    Jul

    GCMA rules out catastrophe due to drought, grains without progress and expensive imports will continue

    With climate change, the concern in the countryside regarding the lack of water is recurrent. In 2022, the issue of drought has also generated concern; although as of June the availability of water in dams for agricultural use was 58.7% higher than the 2021 level. True, according to Germán Martínez’s Conagua, Tamaulipas...

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