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Analysis of edible animal protein supply and consumption

By CnAgri 2020-05-09 14:54:43 Print Tel:861064402118-822 Email: chen.wang@boabc.com

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China’s per capita supply of meats was 56.1 kilograms in 2019, including 30.5 kilograms of pork, 4.8 kilograms of beef, 3.5 kilograms of mutton, and 16.0 kilograms of poultry meat. The supply of eggs, milk products, and aquatic products reached 23.7 kilograms, 22.9 kilograms, and 46.2 kilograms respectively. The per capita supply of animal protein in domestic totaled 148.9 kilograms annually.
The total supply of meats dropped by 10.3% from the previous year mainly due to the decrease of pork and aquatic products supply. The growth in the supply of eggs, milk products, beef, mutton, and poultry meat can’t offset the reduction of pork and aquatic products supply.
Data from the National Bureau of Statistics show that the per capita meat consumption of households in 2018 was 29.52 kilograms in 2018, and the figures for poultry meat consumption, aquatic products, and milk products were 9.0 kilograms, 11.39 kilograms, and 12.22 kilograms respectively. In 2019, China’s supply of meats, eggs, and milk products could meet the demand of households, but relatively short supply of pork and aquatic products made animal protein supply tight and led to the growth in their prices. 
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