Brazilian Egg exports grow 69.5% in 2024

According to surveys conducted by the Brazilian Animal Protein Association (ABPA), Brazilian egg exports, encompassing various products both fresh and processed, amounted to 1,604 thousand tons in February. This figure marks a 53.3% increase from the same period last year, which saw exports of 1,046 thousand tons.

In terms of revenue, there was a modest uptick of 0.9%, with earnings totaling US$3,034 million in February 2024, compared to US$2,998 million in February 2023.

Year-to-date figures show a substantial surge of 69.5%, reaching a total of 3,535 thousand tons in the first two months of 2024, compared to 2,086 thousand tons during the corresponding period in the previous year. Export revenue for the same comparative period increased by 24.5%, with US$6,433 million in 2024, up from US$5,166 million in 2023.

The United Arab Emirates has reclaimed its position as the primary destination for Brazilian egg exports in the first two months of this year, with a total of 1,562 thousand tons, reflecting a remarkable 102% increase compared to the same period last year. Chile followed in second place, importing 435 tons, marking a notable increase of 1,368%.

Ricardo Santin, the president of ABPA, highlights that Brazilian egg exports continue to exhibit a steady flow, bolstered by efforts to expand market presence in key sectors such as the Middle East. This indicates a positive trend for exports throughout the year.

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