Brazilian Egg Export Growth

In 2023, Brazil’s egg exports dramatically increased, with a 99.9% rise in November alone, totaling 788 tons. From January to November, exports reached 24.5 thousand tons, a 170.5% increase from the previous year, and revenue soared to $60.7 million. Japan emerged as the leading importer, with significant growth in other Asian markets as well.

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Brazil’s Egg Exports Skyrocket with Japan Leading as Top Importer


In November, Brazil saw a remarkable 99.9% increase in egg exports compared to the same month in the previous year, reaching 788 tons. This significant growth is reported by the Brazilian Animal Protein Association (ABPA). The revenue from these exports also saw a substantial rise, reaching US$1,999 million, which is 36.4% higher than the US$1,465 million recorded in 2022.

From January to November, Brazil’s egg exports amounted to 24.5 thousand tons, surpassing the previous year’s total of 9,043 thousand tons by 170.5%. The revenue for this period reached US$60.7 million, a 187.4% increase over the US$21,122 million recorded in the first eleven months of 2022.

Japan is the top importer of Brazilian eggs this year, with 10,363 thousand tons, a staggering 947.9% increase over the previous year. Taiwan and Chile follow, with Taiwan importing 5,387 thousand tons (a new entry compared to the previous year) and Chile importing 2,584 thousand tons, which is 1,208% higher than in 2022.

The president of ABPA, Ricardo Santin, notes Chile’s significant rise in egg imports from Brazil, making it the third main destination and the top importer in recent monthly data. He anticipates that exports to Chile and other Asian destinations will continue to grow, maintaining volumes significantly higher than in the past decade.

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Brazilian Egg Export Growth
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