High domestic demand for eggs reduces Brazilian exports in JanuaryFeb, 18, 2020 Posted by Sylvia Schandert
Brazilian shipments of egg (considering all products, from fresh to processed) reached 821 tons in January, 48% less than the 1,579 tons shipped in the same period last year, according to the Brazilian Association of Animal Protein (ABPA). Revenues from the exports totaled US$ 863 thousand, 48% less than the US$ 1,659 thousand obtained in January 2019.
According to the executive director of ABPA, Ricardo Santin, this downward movement in egg exports is a reflection of increased domestic demand. “The domestic market has absorbed practically all production. It is a historic moment – Brazil reached the world average of 230 units consumed per person in 2019. This demonstrates confidence in egg protein, a healthy alternative”, said the director.
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) stood out as a destination purchasing 602 tons in January, for a total of US$ 621 thousand. Other Asian destinations, such as Bahrain and Saudi Arabia, also contributed to sales in the period.
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