Russian meat producer Cherkizovo sees up to 70 percent growth in exports

Cherkizovo Group, Russia’s largest meat producer, expects its export volume to rise by up to 70 percent in 2020 due to higher sales of poultry to Asia and the Middle East.
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In 2020, Cherkizovo shipped the first batches of poultry to Saudi Arabia and the UAE.

Overseas sales of pork are estimated to rise by 32 percent to 14,500 tonnes, while turkey exports are likely to more than double to 2,400 tonnes, the company said.

In July-September, Cherkizovo sold 175,880 tonnes of poultry, 68,400 tonnes of pork and 10,190 tonnes of turkey meat.

--Reuters

In 2020, Cherkizovo shipped the first batches of poultry to Saudi Arabia and the UAE.

Overseas sales of pork are estimated to rise by 32 percent to 14,500 tonnes, while turkey exports are likely to more than double to 2,400 tonnes, the company said.

In July-September, Cherkizovo sold 175,880 tonnes of poultry, 68,400 tonnes of pork and 10,190 tonnes of turkey meat.

--Reuters

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