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Brazilian chicken exports reach the highest volume of the year

Chicken meat exports from Brazil reached the highest volume in 2021, with 383,181 tons, and corresponded to a historic record for the month of May. According to data from the Foreign Trade Secretariat (SECEX), there was an increase of 3% compared to the same month in 2020, with a volume 6% higher than that exported in April this year.
There was also an increase in the average price of 16% compared to May 2020, becoming the best price of the last 15 months.
According to SECEX data, the accumulated volume in the first five months of 2020 registers an annual increase of 3.17%.
“We are quality animal protein global suppliers and, among the many different offers we make available to the market, we also have excellent opportunities for the main chicken consumer markets. We have partner slaughterhouses, which serve us with regular animal protein offers and this means that our customers are supplied whenever they need it”, explains Renato Gheller, chicken protein manager at KITGarra.
 
Brazil and World

Booming market and reduced animal supply support beef price

Beef prices remain heated in Brazil and, according to a Farmnews survey, from January 1st to June 10th this year the average price was R$ 306.6 per arroba, a result 53.2% higher than observed in the same period of 2020 (R$ 200.2).
Brazil and World

Brazil increases pork shipments abroad by 18%

From January to May this year, Brazilian pork exports totaled 453.9 thousand tons, this result being 18.44% higher than the one shipped in the same period in 2020.
Brazil and World

Brazilian chicken exports reach the highest volume of the year

Chicken meat exports from Brazil reached the highest volume in 2021, with 383,181 tons, and corresponded to a historic record for the month of May.
Brazil and World

USDA estimates 5% growth in Brazilian meat exports

Brazilian meat exports should continue to grow and, this year, it is estimated that Brazil will increase its animal protein shipments to the world market by 5%.