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  • 29
    Nov

    The largest exporter of meat is Brazil

    In the first ten months of the year, Brazil led the beef exporter ranking in Mercosur, followed by Argentina , Uruguay and Paraguay. According to the Rosario Ganadero Market (Rosgan), the four countries together accumulated shipments of 2.83 million tons , which generated revenues of US $17,066 million and marked an interannual increase of 15.4% and 36%, respectively. Click...

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  • 29
    Nov

    Argentina sends more than 90 agricultural products to Mexico

    The National Agri-Food Health and Quality Service ( Senasa ) has a central participation in the planning for the opening of agri-food markets for national productions, allowing Argentina to have sanitary agreements for the export of products to more than 2,350 markets located in 152 countries. In this sense, Mexico is one of the...

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  • 28
    Nov

    CEA-NL alert less vigilance in food imports

    The reduction that the federal government applies in sanitary requirements and reviews to imports of meat and other farm products and delegating that responsibility to private companies to stop the rise in food prices, would generate a sanitary problem in national production due to a possible contagion that It...

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  • 28
    Nov

    Senate action needed on key agricultural trade nominees

    With important trade negotiations on the horizon, U.S. Meat Export Federation President and CEO Dan Halstrom says there is an urgent need for the U.S. Senate to confirm two key nominees: Douglas McKalip to serve as chief agricultural negotiator for the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative and Alexis Taylor...

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  • 28
    Nov

    Animal protein prices will maintain a favorable trend

    2023, the prices of the different proteins of animal origin will remain high, according to an economic research study by Bancolombia. According to the economic studies report of the bank, a lower slaughter of bovine cattle has been promoting good prospects for the local beef market, whose price of live animals...

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  • 28
    Nov

    Beef exports fell almost 6% last month

    Exports in October reached a volume close to 52,800 tons by weight of refrigerated and frozen beef; for a value of the order of US$265.2 million. Compared to September, the volumes shipped show a decline of 5.8%. Meanwhile, the value obtained shows a fall of 13.3%. In relation to the month of...

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  • 25
    Nov

    Meat exports at risk due to product entry from Argentina and Brazil

    Entrepreneurs and meat producers warned that exports to other nations could slow down due  to the arrival of imports from Argentine and Brazil, since they represent a red light for the high phytosanitary status of the country. The Federal Government reactivated imports of beef and pork from those nations, as a measure to contain the increase...

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  • 25
    Nov

    Meat sector calls on the Government to return control and surveillance in ports

    Randy Ross Wiebe, head of the Paraguayan Chamber of Meat (CPC), asked the Government to return control and surveillance in the ports, especially in the private ones, since it is where there is the greatest fragility. “We see with concern because in recent years the controls in the ports themselves...

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  • 25
    Nov

    Bovine meat exports for the month of October 2022 were equivalent to 75.2 thousand tons of bone-in beef

    Exports for the month of October 2022 reached a volume close to 52.8 thousand tons by weight of refrigerated and frozen beef; for a value of the order of 265.2 million dollars. Compared to the month of September 2022, the volumes shipped show a decline of (-5.8%); while the value obtained shows...

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  • 25
    Nov

    A greater space is opened to be able to export meat to the US.

    The United States could not supply 400 to 500 thousand tons of meat, neither with its internal production nor with shipments from countries like Argentina and Brazil. Nor were there many options to import from regular markets like Mexico and Canada, or from other options like Australia and New Zealand....

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