Analysis and Research Report on Beef Consumption, Production and Distribution in China

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Analysis and Research Report on Beef Consumption, Production and Distribution in China

Brief Introduction:

China is the world's third largest beef-producing country whose beef production is mainly for the purpose of self-sufficiency, with very low volume of import and export; in terms of varieties, there are very few beef cattle varieties, the beef cattle raised are mostly the local yellow cattle breed; currently, beef is mostly meat at room temperature, chilled and fresh meat, frozen meat and meat products; in terms of slaughtering, the Chinese beef cattle slaughtering is mainly based on slaughter by the individuals, and there are less large-scale slaughtering enterprises; in terms of consumption, the outdoor consumption and household consumption account for major proportion, and the urban resident consumption is in the majority. Beef cattle farming is mainly concentrated in agricultural areas, the amount of beef slaughter in agricultural areas accounted for more than 80% of the country, mainly concentrated in Henan province, Shandong province, Hebei province and other places; beef cattle breeding in pastoral areas are mainly concentrated in Inner Mongolia, Xinjiang and Gansu provinces.

Table of Contents:

1 Beef Consumption in China
1.1 Consumption Structure
Fig 1, Consumption through Different Channels, 2001-2011
Fig 2, Beef Consumption Quantity in Urban and Rural Areas from 2001-2011
1.2 Prospect of Beef Consumption at Home
1.2.1 Structure of Food Consumption at Home and Trend
Fig 3, Food Consumption by Residents at Home from 1991-20111
Fig 4, Index of Food Consumption by Residents at Home from 1991-2011
Fig 5, Structure of Food Consumption by Residents at Home in 2011
1.2.2 Impact from Rising Income to Beef Consumption at Home
Fig 6, Index of Actual Income of Urban Residents, Index of Beef Consumption at Home and Index of Expenditure on Beef Purchase from 2001-2011
Fig 7, Index of Beef Consumption at Home of Urban Residents of Different Income Levels from 2001-2011
1.2.3 Impact from Rigid Population Growth to Beef Consumption at Home
Fig 8, Index of Population and Index of Beef Consumption at Home from 2001-2011
1.2.4 Impact from Urbanization to Beef Consumption at Home
Fig 9, Impact from Urbanization to Beef Consumption at Home from 2001-2011
1.2.5 Forecast on Growing Potential of Beef Consumption at Home
Fig 10, Structure of the Growth of Beef Consumption at Home in 2017 and 2022
1.3 Prospect of Beef Consumption Outside Home
1.3.1 Impact from Growth of Income to Beef Consumption outside Home
Fig 11, Per Capita Actual Income and Expenditure on Eating Outside from 2001-2011
Fig 12, Per Capita Expenditure on Eating Outside of Urban and Rural Residents from 2001-2011
Fig 13, Index of Residents’ Actual Income and Index of Beef Consumption Outside Home from 2001-2011
1.3.2 Impact from Rigid Population Growth to Beef Consumption Outside Home
Fig 14, Population Index and Index of Beef Consumption Outside Home from 2001-2011
1.3.3 Impact from Urbanization to Beef Consumption Outside Home
Fig 15, Impact from Urbanization to Beef Consumption Outside Home from 2001-2011
1.3.4 Forecast on Growing Potential of Beef Consumption Outside Home
Fig 16, Structure of the Growth of Beef Consumption Outside Home in 2017 and 2022
1.4 Prospect of Beef Consumption by Processing Industry
1.4.1 Proportion of Processed Beef Products in Total of Processed Meat
Fig 17, Production of Different Kinds of Processed Beef Products from 2001-2011
Fig 18, Net Beef Consumption by Various Kinds of Processed Beef Products from 2001-2011
1.4.2 Major Forms of Processed Beef Products
Fig 19, Production of Different Kinds of Processed Beef Products from 2001-2011
1.4.3 Processing Capacity of Beef Products
1.4.4 Forecast on Growing Potential of Beef Processing Industry
Fig 20, Structure of the Growth of Processed Beef Products in 2017 and 2022
1.5 Consumption of Top-grade Beef and Its Processed Products
1.5.1 Consumption of Top-grade Beef
1.5.2 Consumption of Top-grade Beef Products
Fig 21, Consumption of Chilled Fresh Beef and Low-temperature Processed Beef Products from 2001-2011
1.5.3 Import of Top-grade Beef
Fig 22, Composition of Imported Beef Products in 2011
Fig 23, Structure of the Sources of Chilled Fresh Beef Import in 2010
Fig 24, Structure of the Sources of Frozen Beef Import in 2011
Fig 25, Beef Import from 2001-2011
1.6 Potential of Beef Consumption in Future and Actual Consumption
1.6.1 Potential of Beef Consumption at Home and Actual Consumption
Fig 26, Normal and Restrained Beef Consumption at Home from 2008-2017
1.6.2 Potential of Beef Consumption Outside Home and Actual Consumption
Fig 27, Normal and Restrained Beef Consumption Outside Home from 2008-2017
1.6.3 Potential of Beef Consumption by Processing Industry and Actual Consumption
1.7 Beef Supply and Demand Equilibrium in the Future
Fig 28, Normal and Restrained Gross Beef Consumption from 2008-2017
1.8 Assessment of Growing Potential of Beef Demand and Forecast
Fig 29, Contribution to Gross Beef Consumption by Consumption at Home, Consumption outside Home and Consumption by the Processing Industry in 2013 and 2017
Table 1, Beef Supply and Demand from 2001-2018
2 Beef Production
2.1 Beef Production and Its Structure
Fig 30, Beef Production of Different Cattle Breeds from 2001-2011
Fig 31, Structure of Beef Production of Different Breeds in 2011
2.2 Production of Fresh Frozen Beef
Fig 32, Production of Fresh and Frozen Beef from 2001-2011
2.3 Production of Beef of Top, Medium and Low Grade
Fig 33, Production of Beef of Top, Medium and Low Grade from 2001-2011
Fig 34, Production of Different Kinds of Low-grade Beef from 2001-2011
3 Structure of Beef Cattle Industrial Chain
3.1 Structure of Output Value
3.1.1 Farming of Breeding Cattle
3.1.2 Farming of Beef Cattle
3.1.3 Beef Cattle Slaughter
3.1.4 Beef Circulation
Fig 35, Structure of Output Value of Beef Cattle Industrial Chain in 2011
3.2 Structure of Profit
Fig 36, Distribution of Profit of Beef Cattle Industrial Chain in 2011
4 Beef Distribution Channels and Analysis
4.1 Distribution Channels for Imported Beef
4.1.1 Beef Import in 2011
Fig 37, Import of Fresh and Frozen Beef from 2000-2011
Fig 38, Origins of Import of Frozen Beef in 2011
Fig 39, Import of Frozen By Products from 2008-2011
Fig 40, Main Origins of Import of Frozen By Products in 2011
4.1.2 Distribution Channels of Imported Chilled Fresh Beef
Fig 41, Distribution Channels and Routes of Imported Chilled Fresh Beef
Table 2, Importing Enterprises of Chilled Fresh Beef and Their Market Share in 2011
4.1.3 Distribution Channels of Imported Frozen Beef
Fig 42, Distribution Channels and Route of Imported Frozen Beef
Table 3, Top 20 Import Traders of Frozen Beef and Their Market Share in 2011
4.1.4 Distribution Channels of Imported By Products
Fig 43, Distribution Channels and Route of Imported By Products
Table 4, Top 20 Import Traders of Frozen Cattle by Products and Their Market Share in 2011
4.2 Distribution Channels of Domestic Produced Beef and Processed Products
4.2.1 Distribution Channels and Route of Domestic Produced Beef
Fig 44, Distribution Channels of Room-temperature Beef
Fig 45, Distribution Channels of Chilled Fresh Beef
Fig 46, Distribution Channels of Frozen Beef
Fig 47, Distribution Channels of Low-temperature Processed Beef Products
Fig 48, Distribution Channels of High-temperature Processed Beef Products
Fig 49, Distribution Channels of Traditionally Processed Beef Products
4.2.2 Beef Production and Consumption Route
Fig 50, Beef Production, Distribution and Consumption Route
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