The country is positioned in 4 th place in the world ranking of meat exports to China.
New Zealand has exported a total of 116,968,117 kg for a value of USD 767,808,459.
The category of meat that the country exports most is meat of sheep or goats (fresh, chilled or frozen), but also exports beef (fresh, chilled and frozen), edible offal of bovine animals, swine, sheep, goats, horses, asses, mules or hinnies (fresh, chilled or frozen) and meat and edible offal of rabbits, hares, pigeons and other animals (fresh, chilled or frozen).
This time we will talk about the first two, that is, 0204 and 0202. These products are the most exported meat product from New Zealand.
0204 accounts for 49% of meat exports. A total of 57,799,109 kg were exported in the first quarter. This means that sheep and goat meat were bought for USD 385,681,201.
From January to March the growth rate increased by 16%, that is to say, 17,491,028 kg more were exported in the third month.
Its price in March was USD 6.67.
The second meat product exported to China, 0202, accounts for 45%. We observe that its growth rate increased by 12% with 16,293,243 kg more in the last month.
A kg of beef sold for in March USD 6.39.
The "least" exported product with quantities of less than 1,000,000 kg was “meat and edible offal of rabbits, hares, pigeons and other animals (fresh, chilled or frozen)”. It decreased by 32% in March compared to January.
Besides that, we have the total imports per Chinese province. A total of 5 provinces imported more than 10,000,000 kg.
Even so, it is worth noting that the province that imports the least New Zealander meat is Inner Mongolia. In the first quarter, it exported a total of 27,250 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 New Zealand, we note that the country has increased its exports to China by 14% this first quarter. It exported a total of 34.825.791 Kg more in march.
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