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Analysis Report on Beef Consumption, Production and Circulation in China

January 2012 | 50 pages | ID: A3CA6BA40BBEN
Beijing Orient Agribusiness Consultant Co., Ltd

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Abstract

Based on the current status of China's beef cattle industry, combined with the structural analysis of the whole industry chain, this report conducts in-depth study of the status quo and trend of China’s beef consumption, production and circulation

Research Background

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.

Since 2008, the beef cattle industry in China has been affected by rising cost of breeding, reduced rural labor force, and insufficient number of cows, the beef cattle amount of slaughter and on hand and beef output are low in the long term, and have not yet restored to the highest historical level. On the other hand, the improvement of household consumption level and changes in dietary structure show steady growth momentum, especially the consumption of beef processing products and outdoor consumption. This contrast between supply and demand highlights the investment value of the beef cattle industry.

From the farming link, the decline of the proportion of beef cattle free-range breeding accelerates, with evident scale breeding trend. Slaughtering and processing industry is also faced with huge integration potential. On the whole, China's beef industry is in the transition period from developmental phase to the growth phase, and there are challenges and also opportunities in the beef cattle industry.

Based on the current status of China's beef cattle industry, combined with the structural analysis of the whole industry chain, this report conducts in-depth study of the status quo and trend of China’s beef consumption, production and circulation, and tries to answer the following several questions concerned by industry insiders, and help the readers better understand the business growth point of the beef cattle consumption market.
  1. How does the beef consumption growth potential change in the next five years and ten years?
  2. How does the proportion of beef product consumption by the Chinese residents to the meat product consumption change in the next five and ten years?
  3. What development trend will Chinese beef processing industry present in the next five and ten years?
  4. How the beef imports in China and the prospect of high-grade beef consumption will change in the next five years and ten years?
1 CHINA BEEF CONSUMPTION

1.1 Structure of Beef Consumption
Fig. 1 China Beef Consumption by Channels, 2000-2011
Fig. 2 China Beef Consumption in Urban & Rural Areas, 2000-2011
1.2 Prospect of Household Consumption of Beef
  1.2.1 Structure & Trends of Household Food Consumption
Fig. 3 China Household Foods Consumption, 1990-2011
Fig. 4 Index on Chinese Houshold Per Capita Food Consumption, 1990-2011
Fig. 5 China Household Feeds Consumption Structure, 2011
  1.2.2 Impact of Residents' Income Growth on Household Consumption of Beef
Fig. 6 China Indices of Household Real Income, Beef Consumption and Beef Expenditure, 2000-2011 (index of 2000 be 100%)
Fig. 7 China Household Beef Consumption Index of Urban Residents with Different Incomes, 2000-2011 (index of 2000 be 100%)
  1.2.3 Influences of Population Growth
Fig. 8 China Indice of Population and Household Beef Consumption, 2000-2011 (index of 2000 be 100%)
  1.2.4 Influences of Urbanization
Fig. 9 Impacts of Urbanization on Household Beef Consumption in China, 2000-2011
  1.2.5 Prospects of Household Beef Consumption
Fig. 10 Structure of Household Beef Consumption in China in 2017 and 2022
1.3 Prospects of Outdoor Beef Consumption
  1.3.1 Influences of Income Increase
Fig. 11 Per Capita Real Income and Outdoor Dinning Expenditure in China, 2000-2011
Fig. 12 Per Capita Dining-out Expenditure of China's Urban and Rural Residents, 2000-2011
Fig. 13 Indice of Residents Real Income and Outdoor Beef Consumption of China, 2000-2011 (index of 2000 be 100%)
  1.3.2 Influences of Population Growth
Fig. 14 Index of China’s Population and Beef Outdoor Consumption, 2000-2011 (index of 2000 be 100%)
  1.3.3 Influences of Urbanization
Fig. 15 Influences of Urbanization for Outdoor Beef Consumption in China, 2000-2011
  1.3.4 Prospects of Outdoor Beef Consumption
Fig. 16 Growth Structure of Outdoor Beef Consumption of China in 2017 and 2022
1.4 Prospects of Beef Processing Industry
  1.4.1 Share of Processed Beef in Processed Meat Products
Fig. 17 Production of High & Low temperature Beef Products and Other Processed Beef Products, 2000-2011
Fig. 18 Net Beef Consumption of Beef-Relevant Products in China , 2000-2011
  1.4.2 Main Products of Beef Processing
Fig. 19 Output of Beef-Relevant Products in China, 2000-2011
  1.4.3 Processing Capacity of beef products
  1.4.4 Forecast on Increasing-Demand Potential of Beef processing industry
Fig. 20 Growth Structure of Total Processed Beef Products of China in 2017 and 2022
1.5 Consumption of Top-grade Beef & Beef Products
  1.5.1 Consumption of Top-grade Beef
  1.5.2 Consumption of Top-grade Beef Products
Fig. 21 Consumption of Fresh Beef, Chilled Beef and Low Temperature Processed Beef Products, 2000-2011
  1.5.3 Import analysis of Top-grade Beef
Fig. 22 China Imported Beef Structure by Product, 2011
Fig. 23 Source Structure of China Imported Fresh & Chilled Beef in 2011
Fig. 24 Source Structure of China Imported Frozen Beef in 2011
Fig. 25 China Beef Imports, 2000-2011
1.6 Potential & Real Beef Consumption
  1.6.1 Potential Household Consumption & Real Beef Consumption
Fig. 26 Household Consumption of Normal Beef and Constrained Beef in China, 2008-2017
  1.6.2 Potential Outdoor Consumption & Real Beef Consumption
Fig. 27 Outdoors Consumption of Normal Beef and Constrained Beef in China, 2008-2017
  1.6.3 Potential Beef Processing Consumption & Real Beef Consumption
1.7 Demand & Supply Balance analysis in the future
Fig. 28 Total Consumption of Normal Beef and Constrained Beef in China, 2008-2017
1.8 Forecast on Increasing-Demand Potential of Beef Consumption in China .23
Fig. 29 Share of Beef Consumption Growth by Household, Outdoor and Industrial Beef Consumption, of China in 2017 and 2022
Table 1 Balance Sheet for Beef Supply and Demand in China, 2000-2017

2 CHINA BEEF OUTPUT

2.1 China beef output and structure
Fig. 30 Beef Output of Varieties of beef in China, 2000-2011
Fig. 31 Beef Output Structure of Varieties of beef in China, 2011
2.2 Production of Fresh, Chilled and Frozen Beef
Fig. 32 Output of Fresh and Frozen Beef in China, 2000-2011
2.3 Production of Low-end, Middle-end and High-end Beef
Fig. 33 Output of High-middle and Low Level Beef in China, 2000-2011
Fig. 34 Output of Various Low Level Beef in China, 2000-2011

3 THE ANALYSIS OF BEEF VALUE CHAIN STRUCTURE

3.1 Structure of Production Value
  3.1.1 Breeder Cow Rearing
  3.1.2 Beef Cattle Rearing
  3.1.3 Beef Cattle Slaughtering
  3.1.4 Beef Circulation
Fig. 35 Production Value Structure of China’s Cattle Industry Chain, 2011
3.2 Structure of Production Profit
Fig. 36 Profit Distribution of Beef Industry Chain in China, 2011

4 BEEF DISTRIBUTION CHANNELS IN CHINA AND ITS ANALYSIS

4.1 Distribution Channels of Imported Beef
  4.1.1 China’s Beef Imports, 2011
Fig. 37 Import Volume of Fresh, Chilled and Frozen Beef in China, 2000-2011
Fig. 38 Major Import Areas of Chilled and Frozen Beef in China, 2011
Fig. 39 Import and Export Volume of China’s Frozen Beef Offal, 2008-2011
Fig. 40 Main Import Area for Frozen Beef Offal in China in 2011
  4.1.2 Distribution Channels of China’s Imported Chilled, Fresh Beef
Fig. 41 Distribution Channels and Path for China’s Imported Chilled and Fresh Beef
Table 2 China’s Chilled and Fresh Beef Import Enterprises and Its Market Share, 2011
  4.1.3 Distribution Channels of Imported Chilled and Frozen Beef in China
Fig. 42 Distribution Channels and Path for Imported Chilled and Frozen Beef in China
Table 3 China’s Top 20 Chilled and Frozen Beef Import Traders and Its Market Shares, 2011
  4.1.4 Distribution Channels of China's Imported Frozen Beef Offal
Fig. 43 Distribution Channels and Path for China’s Imported Frozen Beef Offal
Table 4 China’s Top 20 Frozen Beef Offal Import Traders and Its Market Shares, 2011
4.2 Distribution Channels for Domestic Beef and Beef Products
  4.2.1 Analysis on Overall Circulation Path and Channel of Domestic Beef
Fig. 44 Distribution Channel for Beef at Room Temperature in China
Fig. 45 Distribution Channel for China’s Chilled and Fresh Beef
Fig. 46 Distribution Channel for China’s Chilled and Frozen Beef
Fig. 47 Distribution Channels for China’s Low-temperature Beef Products
Fig. 48 Distribution Channels for China’s High-temperature Beef Products
Fig. 49 Distribution Channels for China’s Traditional Beef Products
  4.2.2 Beef Production and Consumption Path in China
Fig. 50 Beef Production, Circulation and Consumption Path in China


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