China's Pork Imports Continue to Decline. For more information on export to China, please call SINOLOBEN, service Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
According to a table of the value of major imports for September 2021 released by the General Administration of Customs of China. In September of this year, China's imports of pork (including offal) continued to decline, with imports of 310,000 tons, a decline of 20.5% month-on-month and a year-on-year decline of 35.2%. A total of 4.12 million tons of pork were imported from January to September, a year-on-year decrease of 4.6%.
Over the same period, imports of beef and mutton increased significantly. In September, the number of imported beef (including offal) was 220,000 tons, a year-on-year increase of 22.5%; the number of imported mutton was 28,800 tons, a year-on-year increase of 57.8%. From the perspective of import prices, the price of imported pork fell year-on-year, while the import price of beef and mutton increased significantly year-on-year.
In the fourth quarter, the demand for meat pickling in some areas of China will increase. Combined with the boosting effect of New Year's Day and Spring Festival holiday consumption, pork demand is expected to increase. At the same time, the second round of domestic frozen pork procurement and storage in China will start soon, and pork prices are expected to remain stable.
For further information about China's meat imports, please contact:
Ms. Linda Li
0086（0）21 3538 3306
As food importer & food distributor based in Frankfurt and Shanghai, Sinoloben Europa Trading GmbH helps client export to China and bring your food products to International Expo, e.g. China International Import Expo (CIIE), the world's largest import-themed expo. Transferred from the network, such as intrusion and deletion.