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Trends of Pork Consumption: Where Are We Going? Brett Stuart Cartagena July 16.

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1 Trends of Pork Consumption: Where Are We Going? Brett Stuart Cartagena July 16

2 Outline Global Protein Demand & Supply Global Opportunities

3 GLOBAL DEMAND & SUPPLY

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5 Global Demand More mouths….. (375 million – past 5 yrs) With more $….. (US$4.1 trillion – past 5 yrs)

6 Source: USDA/FAS Global Meat and Broiler Production

7 Source: GTIS, AgriTrends

8 Source: UN/FAO

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11 Source: USDA/FAS, 2014F, beef and pork in carcass-weight equivalents

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15 Global Opportunities

16 Source: Various market reports, AgriTrends

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19 Source: USDA/FAS, beef and pork in carc. wt. equiv Imports = 2% of Chinese consumption Million Metric Tons

20 Source: China MOA, AgriTrends

21 Chinese Meat + Poultry Consumption Forecasts in Red

22 Chinese Corn For Feed Forecasts in Yellow

23 Source: Japan ALIC

24 Source: USDA, AgriTrends

25 Source: GTIS, Global AgriTrends

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29 Opportunities - Summary Colombia can participate in global pork markets 2013: – 102 countries purchased imported pork – Lowest import prices COL 1,182 COL Pesos/kg – Highest import price COL 28,507 COL Pesos/kg

30 Opportunities - Summary Colombia can participate in global pork markets – Identify best potential markets (economics and sanitary requirements) – Assess pork-cut prices and opportunities – Work on gov’t-to-gov’t access (certificates/licenses) – Be willing to meet importer specifications

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