Far East Absorbs all the Pork Brazil can Produce

Sector shipments continue to be driven by Asian demand. There was an 82.9 percent increase in sales to the region in the first seven months of this year compared to 2019 levels

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL -  According to the Brazilian Association of Animal Protein, (ABPA), in July, Brazilian pork exports (both fresh and processed) totaled 100,400 tons – 47.9 percent higher than in the same period of 2019, with 67,900 thousand tons. In revenue terms, the total balance of July reached US$203.1 million, a figure 37.3 percent higher than that registered in July last year, at US$147.9 million.

The cumulative total for the year so far shows that the sector’s sales grew 38.78 percent, with 579,900 tons exported between January and July . . .

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