Brazilian meat is increasingly conquering halal markets


Egypt alone imported 54,888 tons in the first four months of this year, an increase of 279.1% compared to the same period in 2021, which was 14,478 thousand tons, according to data released by the Brazilian Ministry of Economy.

Posted on Jun 22 ,08:52

Brazilian meat is increasingly conquering halal markets

In the United Arab Emirates, the increase was 17.6%, totaling 17,466 tons in this first four-month period. And, in third place, no less important, was Saudi Arabia, importing 12,649 tons.

The amount exported in these first four months was US$ 580 million, an increase of 56.5%. In volume they were 139,997 tons in 2022 compared to 93,638 tons in 2021.

In total, imports from nearly 40 Muslim-majority countries were analysed. Countries like Oman, Kuwait, Gambia, Morocco, Mauritania. About 90% of Brazilian slaughterhouses are qualified to produce halal animal protein.

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