Meat exports fell 6.9% in July

Beef exports fell 6.9% year-on-year last July as a result of a sharp 23% drop in market prices during the pandemic. In July, meat sales abroad reached $226.1 million, while in the same month of 2019, they had reached $243 million. In volume, meat sales abroad rose 20.9%, which could not capitalize on with fair prices. China continues to be the leading destination for Argentinean meat, and the United States was in fourth place.

Source: Ámbito