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EU outlook for the meat sector until 2030

The European Union has published the report ‘EU Agricultural Outlook for markets, income and environment 2020-2030′ in which it carries out an analysis of the prospects expected in the next decade, until 2030. These are prospects and, therefore, Therefore, the data may vary.

Relevant data

  • Sustainability is expected to take a more prominent role in the EU meat markets, both among producers and consumers.
  • Covid19, outbreaks and ASF will cause great uncertainty regarding the global demand for meat.
  • Per capita meat consumption in the EU is projected to decline by 1.1 kg to 67.6 kg in 2030.
  • Pork: The EU should remain the dominant supplier, but the record levels of 2019-2020 are not expected to recover.
  • Beef: production and consumption in Europe will decrease but export opportunities increase.
  • Sheep and goat meat production and consumption in the EU is expected to remain stable.

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