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Wednesday, August 10, 2022
China's poultry and pork compete for market share whilst dealing with price fluctuations
Over the past decade, China's poultry meat consumption has increased consistently year by year.
Wednesday, August 10, 2022
China's July pork prices increased 25.6% on monthly basis
China's pork prices in July surged 25.6% on a monthly basis, said the country's statistics bureau this week.
Wednesday, July 20, 2022
China pork production in the second quarter of 2022 highest in years
According to calculations based on official data, China's pork production in the second quarter of 2022 reached 13.78 million tonnes, the highest level for this period since 2015, Reuters reported.
Wednesday, July 20, 2022
Beyond Meat brings plant-based pork patties to Tmall in China
Beyond Meat Inc has started selling its plant-based pork patties on its Tmall store in China from July 19, further expanding its sales reach in the country, Morningstar reported.
Tuesday, July 5, 2022
China plans measures to stop rapid pork price increases
China's National Development & Reform Commission (NDRC) said it will take measures such as adjusting reserves to stop rapid pork price increases if required, after the pork prices steadily increased over the past three months, Bloomberg ...
Thursday, June 23, 2022
China to purchase a further 40,000 tonnes of pork for its state reserves
The China Merchandise Reserve Management Centre said the country will purchase a further 40,000 tonnes of pork for its state reserves on June 24, following a purchase of 40,000 tonnes of pork earlier this month, Nasdaq reported.
Monday, June 20, 2022
Rise in China's May pork prices
Pork prices in China had increased in May, official data showed
Friday, June 10, 2022
Average pork prices in China edged up last week
China's Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs said the average pork price in the country tracked from May 30 to June 2 was CNY 21.03 (~US$3.16; CNY 1 = US$0.15) per kg, up 0.1% week-on-week, Xinhua News Agency reported.
Thursday, June 9, 2022
China to purchase 40,000 tonnes of frozen pork for state reserves
The China Merchandise Reserve Management Centre said in a notice issued June 8 that the country will purchase 40,000 tonnes of frozen pork for its state reserves on June 10, Today Online reported.
Thursday, June 2, 2022
Pork prices in China decline last week
Official data from China's the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs showed average pork prices in the country for the week of May 23 to 27 dropped 0.3% week-on-week to CNY 21 (~US$3.15, CNY 1 = US$0.15), Xinhua News Agency reported.
Monday, May 9, 2022
China expected to remain as top pork producer in 2022
China will continue to be the world's leading pork producer and importer this year, according the latest estimates by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA).
Monday, April 18, 2022
China's first-quarter pork production 14% up year-on-year
China's National Bureau of Statistics data showed the country's first-quarter pork production was 14% higher compared to the year earlier at 15.61 million tonnes, Reuters reported.
Monday, April 18, 2022
USDA: China's 2022 pork imports expected to fall close to 20%
China's pork imports are forecast to decline nearly 20% this year, pushing global trade lower and more than offsetting a recovery in demand among other major importing countries as they recover from COVID-19-related disruptions, the United ...
Tuesday, April 12, 2022
China to purchase additional 40,000 tonnes of frozen pork for state reserves
China's National Development and Reform Commission said the country will purchase an additional 40,000 tonnes of frozen pork for state reserves in its fourth round of stockpiling in 2022 to support prices, Reuters reported.
Tuesday, March 22, 2022
China's pork prices continue to decline
China's Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs said the country's pork prices edged down further in the week of March 7 to March 11, 2022 to CNY 15.96 (~US$2.52; CNY 1 = US$0.16), 1.2% lower week-on-week, Xinhua News reported.

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