Brazil: Egg exports increased 381.6 percent in August

Brazilian egg exports (considering fresh and processed products) totaled 2,148 thousand tons in August, reports the Brazilian Animal Protein Association (ABPA). The number exceeds by 381.6% the total shipped in the same period in 2022, when 446 tons were exported.

Posted on Sep 19 ,00:10

Brazil: Egg exports increased 381.6 percent in August

In revenue, the increase reaches 241.3%, with US$5.114 million in the eighth month of 2023, compared to US$1.499 million in the same period of the previous year.

In the year to date (January to August), egg exports totaled 21,119 thousand tons, a number 178.5% higher than that recorded in the first eight months of 2022, with 7,583 thousand tons.

In the same period, accumulated revenue reached US$52.380 million, a result 222% higher than that recorded in the same period in 2022, with US$16.270 million.

The main destination for egg exports from Brazil, Japan imported 9,212 thousand tons between January and August, a number 1,164% higher than the volume shipped in the same period of the previous year. Taiwan, with 5,387 thousand tons (no comparative records in 2022) and Chile, with 1,791 thousand tons (+1548%) complete the list.

"Egg exports have been generating important revenue for companies in the egg sector, which have invested significantly in participating in high-value-added markets. This is the case of Japan and Taiwan, which this year took the lead among the main importers in the sector", analyzes the president of ABPA, Ricardo Santin.

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