Chinese Poultry Eggs Market Is on the Rise, According to Cutting-Edge Report by CRI Recently Added at MarketPublishers.com
10 Jun 2016 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – The continued economic development in China spurs rapid growth of demand for poultry eggs in the country. In the previous year, the domestic poultry eggs output volume almost reached 30 million tons, registering a 3.6% YoY increase. In the same year, the domestic consumption of poultry eggs surpassed the 29 million tons mark. Hen eggs command the major share of China’s total poultry egg production. The poultry eggs consumption in China is dominated by household consumption.
The high-value added products (for instance, egg powder and egg liquid) output in the country is relatively small. However, the egg processing industry is considered to have lucrative market opportunities in the long run, especially in such fields as biology, catering and pharmaceuticals. The Chinese egg processing sales revenue exceeded CNY 30 billion in 2015, registering a 10% YoY increase.
The bigger part of the country’s poultry eggs output is sold in the domestic market, while the export size is relatively small. In 2015, the Chinese total export value of egg products stood only at USD 300 million, which was much lower if compared to developed countries.
The topical market study “Research Report on Egg Poultry Breeding & Raising Industry and Egg Market in China, 2011-2020” elaborated by China Research & Intelligence Co. (CRI) gives access to trustworthy updated data on the Chinese poultry eggs market performance and provides reliable statistics on the Chinese poultry eggs production, consumption, demand, output and foreign trade. It reviews the top market trends, explores the competitive landscape and also discusses the key market growth driving and limiting factors. In addition, the report outlines future growth prospects of the Chinese poultry eggs industry.
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