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  • 03
    Nov

    They warn that the chopping of meat favors large refrigerators and would increase prices

    The Vice President of the Federation of Argentine Regional Meat Processing Industries (FIFRA) and Vice President of the Institute for the Promotion of Argentine Beef (IPCVA), Daniel Urcía, indicated that “clearly, there is a commercial interest of the large export meat processing plants with the cut-up standard , this sector of the...

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  • 02
    Nov

    Uruguayan exports fall for the 2nd month in a row

    Uruguayan exports in the month of October 2022 totaled US$ 842 million, which represented a 6% year-on-year drop, it was reported Tuesday in Montevideo. According to the Uruguay XXI Institute, the fall is mainly explained by lower sales of beef -mainly to China- which could not be compensated by...

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  • 02
    Nov

    China suspends several US beef exporters for the detection of ractopamine

    The Meat Institute recently learned that several establishments have been suspended from exporting beef to China after ractopamine was detected during import testing. In response, the Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) added text to an advisory note at the Export Library entry for China reminding U.S. exporters of...

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  • 01
    Nov

    Mexico increases more than 2.5 percent meat imports

    The report of the Agricultural Market Consulting Group (GCMA) indicated that Mexico spent 3,096 million dollars to bring pork, beef and chicken from abroad, which in year-on-year terms represented an increase of around 9.2%. Despite the general increase during the set of months, only pork meat acquisitions registered an...

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  • 01
    Nov

    Mexico combats food inflation; U.S. red meat may see competition

    The Government of Mexico recently issued a decree reflecting an agreement with a number of private companies aimed at reducing prices for basic foods, including some pork and beef cuts. The decree includes an effort to attract additional suppliers to the Mexican market, building on a decision earlier this...

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  • 01
    Nov

    End of half beef was extended 75 days at the request of refrigerators and provinces

    The Government seeks to implement a new marketing system, but small and medium-sized establishments are resisting. Click here to read full note: https://www.ambito.com/carne-fin-media-res-se-prorrogo-75-dias-pedido-frigorificos-y-provincias-n5572683

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  • 01
    Nov

    Brazil set to continue as world’s top beef exporter

    Brazil is expected to achieve record-high beef exports next year as key competitors such as Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay and India see supplies tighten, the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) has forecast. Click here to read full note: https://www.independent.ie/business/farming/beef/beef-trade/brazil-set-to-continue-as-worlds-top-beef-exporter-42108489.html

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  • 28
    Oct

    Mexico studies agreements to import non-transgenic corn before imminent ban: Sader

    Farm groups in the United States have publicly called on their government to challenge Mexico’s decree under the North American trade pact, TMEC, warning of potential billions of dollars in economic damage to both countries. Mexico is studying the possibility of reaching agreements with farmers from the United States,...

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  • 28
    Oct

    Meat exports fell more than 10% in value and almost 6% in volume

    Beef exports closed September with a negative sign and with a growing concern in the sector regarding purchases by China, which have already begun to decline significantly. According to a report by the Meat Exporters Consortium (ABC), shipments fell 5.3% last month compared to August to 54,400 tons of product weight and closed at...

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  • 28
    Oct

    U.S. offers premiums

    Last week dressed sales were reported at $302 per cwt. delivered. Cattle were being scheduled for late November/early December delivery. Light volumes of Alberta cattle traded to the U.S. Depending on freight and dressing percentage, cattle were working back to the $186 per cwt. area f.o.b. the lot. Sales...

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