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  • 10
    Abr

    Robust Pork Exports Continue in February; Beef Export Value Increases

    Strong global demand for U.S. pork has been been a bright spot for the industry. Fueled by growth in the Western Hemisphere, South Korea and Australia, U.S. pork exports posted another excellent performance in February, according to data released by USDA and compiled by the U.S. Meat Export Federation (USMEF)....

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  • 10
    Abr

    Value of Irish beef sales to Britain up 10%

    The highest level of UK beef imports for the month of January in at least the last decade is very important news for the Irish beef industry, because 47% of its exports (in value terms) went to the UK in 2023, writes Stephen Cadogan. Newfound buoyancy in the UK...

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  • 07
    Abr

    February Pork Exports Remain Robust; Strong Month for Beef Export Value

    Beef exports reached 103,883 mt in February, down 1% from a year ago, but export value increased 10% to $830.4 million. Mexico still the pacesetter, but pork export growth widespread February pork exports increased 14% from a year ago to 250,930 metric tons (mt), while value jumped 15% to...

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  • 07
    Abr

    First Russian pork on its way to China

    A Chinese regulator granted permission for pork export to the first 3 Russian pig companies, Russian veterinary body Rosselhoznandzor announced. RusAgro, a large Russian pig producer, scheduled to deliver the first pork to China in March 2024, Agroexport reported. The first contracts with local customers have already been signed....

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  • 07
    Abr

    Food price fears as Brexit import charges revealed

    The government has revealed how much companies will have to pay to import foods from the EU due to Brexit. Small imports of products such as fish, salami, sausage, cheese and yoghurt will be subject to fees of up to £145 from 30 April, according to the Department for Environment,...

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  • 06
    Abr

    Australian beef exports expected to grow in 2024 – USDA

    Australia’s exports of live cattle are likely to rise by more than one-third this year, and beef shipments should increase by 9% as the end of a herd rebuild boosts supply, Reuters reported, citing this week’s US Department of Agriculture (USDA) forecast.  Australia is one of the world’s biggest agricultural exporters;...

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  • 06
    Abr

    US rides to the rescue for red meat exports

    United States demand for red meat has helped offset ongoing weakness in New Zealand’s key Chinese market, according to export figures for February. Meat Industry Association data shows red meat export receipts for the month were $932 million, 10% higher than the relatively low export value recorded in February 2023,...

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  • 06
    Abr

    Australia’s March and first quarter beef exports soar

    MOMENTUM being seen this year in slaughter activity is being carried through with dramatically higher beef exports during March, and the full first quarter. Despite the early Easter holiday impact this year, March beef exports to all markets reached 106,573 tonnes, more than 12,700t (14pc) higher than the previous...

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  • 03
    Abr

    Avian influenza detected in American exposed to dairy cattle

    Risk to public health remains low Texas and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Monday reported a case of avian influenza in a person who had contact with dairy cows presumed to be infected with the virus, reported Reuters. It was the second case of...

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  • 03
    Abr

    Red meat consumption in the UK continues to decline – AHDB

    Red meat has lost share to white meat, convenience products Long term, red meat has lost share to white meat and convenience products, according to a recent AHDB market report. According to the Defra Family Food Survey, UK consumers have reduced their combined household consumption of beef, pigmeat and...

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