ABPA:Brazil’s pork and chicken exports in January decreased compared with the same period last year
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Food Partners News On February 5, 2021, the latest statistics from the Brazilian Animal Protein Association (ABPA) showed that Brazil exported 63,100 tons of pork in January, a decrease of 9.9%compared with the same period in 2020; Export income was 146.5 million U.S. dollars, a decrease of 10.7%compared with the same period in 2020.

  The data also showed that Brazil exported 291,600 tons of chicken meat (all products including fresh products and processed products) in January, a decrease of 9.9%compared with the same period in 2020; realized export income of 434.4 million US dollars, compared with the same period in 2020 Compared with a decrease of 17.9%.
   Association Chairman Ricardo said that whether it is poultry or pork products, they found that Asian importers buy products in advance according to the Chinese calendar. With the arrival of the Lunar New Year and the start of a new round of shipping cycle, sales in the region are expected to return to the level of 2020. In addition, Brazil supports the supply of products to countries affected by the animal health crisis, which may also affect the increase in exports.
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