Beef Quarterly Q2 2019: Changing of the Guard in the Beef Trimmings Market

June 10, 2019 Rabobank

With growing demand for western-style beef consumption in Asian countries, are we seeing a changing of the guard in the world trimmings market as China, Japan and South Korea start to dominate volume trade for beef trimmings? Rabobank’s ‘Beef Quarterly Q2 2019: Changing of the Guard in the Beef Trimmings Market’ delves deeper.

Pork Quarterly Q2 2019: Chinese Pork Production Shortfall Will Require Global Production Response

May 10, 2019 Rabobank

spread of African Swine Fever (ASF) into every province in China and throughout Southeast Asia in the last quarter has generated new concerns over the industry’s ability to respond to world demand. Structural constraints on production growth in some regions, along with infrastructure and logistics capacity constraints, may leave the world with limited supply and mounting competition for potential trading partners.

World Seafood Map 2019: Value Growth in the Global Seafood Trade Continues

May 2, 2019 Rabobank

The largest trade flow, in value terms, is still from Norway to the EU, mainly consisting of salmon and some whitefish. This is followed by trade flows of salmon and crustaceans from Canada and flows of whitefish and crustaceans from China to the US.

Rabobank: Tomato Fight. What is at Stake? On the Tomato Suspension Agreement

March 29, 2019 Rabobank

As half of the fresh tomatoes consumed in the US come from Mexico, potential changes to international trade would have relevant implications – not only for growers, but also for shippers, retailers, and consumers,” says David Magaña, Senior Analyst – Fresh Produce. “Specific implications for the players along this highly integrated value chain would depend on the nature of the potential outcome.”

Keeping Salmon at the Top of the Menu: How to Maintain the High Demand

February 13, 2019 Rabobank

The salmon industry should continue to innovate to reinforce its current value proposition as a healthy and sustainable product. The competition for the centre of the plate is getting tougher as the consumer trends that favoured salmon also favour the new range of alternative proteins.