Brazil and World

Swine fever affects production in China and South Africa

African swine fever continues to cause damage and not only to China. Last month, South Africa detected an outbreak in the Eastern Cape province. The infected animals were found on a community farm and all control measures, including isolation, were adopted.
In China, the disease has already been responsible for the loss of more than 1 million animals, according to the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). The Chinese also face problems with avian flu. In a report released by the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE), a new outbreak of the H5N5 subtype was recorded on a chicken farm.
“Brazil is gaining more and more space as a reliable supplier of animal protein. We have been among the main suppliers of chicken meat for a long time and now we also are growing in beef and pork. We are certified to export to different countries and, traditionally, we carry quality in our products and services”, argues Giordano Fiorentin, Trade Marketing supervisor at KIT International.
Brazil and World

Thailand authorizes importation of Brazilian beef

Five Brazilian slaughterhouses were authorized to export beef to Thailand.
Brazil and World

Brazil: beef production may be lower in 2020

Brazilian beef production is expected to fall by 1% compared to 2019.
Brazil and World

Closure of industries reduces supply and raises price of animal protein in the USA

The United States, a major supplier of animal protein to the world, continues to face problems in production.
Brazil and World

Chicken and pork: costs continue to rise in Brazil

The production of pork and chicken in Brazil is more expensive. In April, according to the Embrapa Poultry and Pork Intelligence Center, costs soared.