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China's beef imports rose to 44%,Brazil expects China to certify more processing plants

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Core Tip: According to data released by the Brazilian Frozen Food Association (Abrafrigo), fresh beef output in Brazil in October was 161,500 tons, up 12% from a year earlier. Although it fell by 10% compared with September, it is still the third highest figure in
According to data released by the Brazilian Frozen Food Association (Abrafrigo), fresh beef output in Brazil in October was 161,500 tons, up 12% from a year earlier. Although it fell by 10% compared with September, it is still the third highest figure in history.

Brazilian beef exports in October were $619 million, up 3% from a year earlier, UOL reported on November 14. Abrafrigo says foreign markets, especially China, still love Brazil products very much.

In the first 10 months of this year, Brazil's beef exports volume is 1,320,000 tons, an increase of 10% over the same period of last year, exports amounted to US $5.34 billion, an increase of 8% over the same period of last year. China is still the largest importer of Brazilian beef. In the first 10 months, China imported 585,200 tons of Brazilian beef. The proportion of Chinese beef imports in Brazilian beef exports rose from 37.1% in the same period of last year to 44.1%.

Egypt ranked second, importing 147,800 tons of Brazilian beef in the first 10 months, up 19.5% from a year earlier. The third is Chile, with an import volume of 92.4 thousand tons, an increase of 92% over the same period of last year. In addition, imports volume from Uruguay, Philippines, Jordan, Algeria, Lebanon and United Arab Emirates also increased.

Abrafrigo also stressed that Russia began banning on imports of fresh Brazilian beef from December last year, but resumed imports from November this year. Last year, Russia imported 131,000 tons of Brazilian beef, equivalent to more than 10% of Brazilian beef exports volume at that time.
This Sunday, the Chinese delegation will also come to Brazil to inspect beef processing plants to see if they meet the export standards to China. "I am looking forward to the Chinese delegation's examination about the export qualification of the 6 beef processing plants." Liège Vergilli ,the executive director of Brazil Meat Exporter Association (ABIEC) said.

Apart from the beef processing plant, Chinese delegation will also inspect the pork and poultry processing plants in Brazil. At present, dozens of meat processing plants in Brazil have obtained the qualification to export to China.

Ricardo Santin, executive director of Brazil Animal Protein Association (ABPA) also said that the Import Expo would give Brazilian exporters more business opportunities after attending the China International Import Expo, "If more meat processing plants are approved, Brazilian can do more."





Source:www.br-cn.com

 
 
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