The country is positioned in 11th place in the world ranking of meat exports to China.
In the first three months, it has exported a total of 39,885,525 kg for a value of USD 88,837,596.
The Canadian country exported pork, Edible offal of bovine animals, swine, sheep, goats, horses, asses, mules or hinnies (fresh, chilled or frozen) and beef.
The first category is known as 0203 and it accounts for 67% of meat exports. A total of 26,540,484 kg were exported in the first quarter. This means that pork meat were bought for USD 51,717,744 in those months.
From January to March the growth rate increased by 110%, that is to say, 13,403,261 kg more were exported in the third month.
Its price in March was USD 1.95.
The second meat product, 0206, accounts for 29%. We observe that its growth rate increased by 97% with -9,297,224 kg less in the last month.
A kg of edible offal sold for in March USD 9.80.
The third meat product, 0202, accounts for 5%. We observe that its growth rate increased by 101% with 5.004.857 kg more in the last month.
A kg of beef sold for in March USD 1.68.
The "least" exported Canada's meat product to China with quantities of less than 1,000,000 kg, but with a considerable positive growth, was "pig fat”. It increased by 173% in March compared to January.
Besides that, we have the total imports per Chinese province. A total of 7 provinces imported more than 1,000,000 kg.
Even so, it is worth noting that the province that imports the least canadian meat is Shanxi. In the first quarter, it exported a total of 27,040 kg.
In the following infographic you can see the top provinces with their respective data in kg and USD.
As a conclusion to the situation in Canada, we note that the country has increased its exports to China by 87% this first quarter. It exported a total of 8,876,449 Kg more in march.
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