Europe exported meat to China for a total amount of 133,655,825 kg for a value of USD 253,026,957 in May.
The European continent tends to export more beef and pork. A total of 61,188,913 kg of pork was exported for a value of USD 98,620,225 in may. The largest exporting country was Spain, which exported 29,780,283 kg the last month. A -0.23% less than in April.
In second place is Denmark. A total of 12,349,176 kg were exported in may. A -0.22% less than in April.
In the case of veal exports to China, Europe exported 4,525,444 kg last month, for a value of USD 13,959,758. Belarus is at the top of the list as the country that exported the most veal last month. Specifically, this year it has exported a total of 16,527,268 kg, and this month exported 2,309,354 kg, which is -0.18% less than in April.
In the case of veal, the Chinese province that has imported most was Tianjin (Belarusian origin). A total of 1,018,935 kg were imported in May. This means that 120% was more imported than in the previous month. In April, 463,923 kg were imported. On the other hand, pork has been imported more in Guangdong (Spanish origin). It imported a total of 9,355,734 kg, or USD 17,972,658.
Pork was sold at USD 2.57/kg in Spain and beef for USD 2.61/kg in Belarus.
In the following infographic you can also see the prices and export data of meat to China from different European countries last month.
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