Brazil egg exports grow 99.9% in November

Exports rise 170.5% in 2023
calendar icon 15 December 2023
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Brazilian egg exports, fresh and processed products, totalled 788 tons in November, reported the Brazilian Animal Protein Association (ABPA). 

Exports are up 99.9% over November 2022 totals. In total, Brazil exported 394 tons of eggs in 2022. 

Revenue generated by exports reached US$1.999 million, up 36.4% over 2022. Revenue in 2022 reached US$1.465 million.

In the year to date, egg exports totalled 24.5 thousand tons, a volume that exceeds by 170.5% the total recorded in the same period of 2022, with 9.043 thousand tons.

In revenue, the result obtained in the period reaches US$60.7 million, a balance 187.4% higher than the total recorded in the first eleven months of 2022, with US$21.122 million.

Japan remained the main destination for exports this year, with 10,363 thousand tons exported, a volume 947.9% higher than that recorded between January and November 2022.  

Taiwan imported 5,387 thousand tons this year, and Chile imported 2,584 thousand tons, up 1,208% over the same period last year. 

“Chile has strongly increased its imports of eggs from Brazil," said Ricardo Santin, president of ABPA. "In the year to date, it has already positioned itself as the third main destination and is the current main importer in the monthly survey. It is expected that, with shipments to the South American country and other destinations in Asia, sales of Brazilian eggs abroad will continue in volumes significantly higher than those recorded over the last decade."

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