Examining Prospects for U.S. Pork in India

India is a small but growing market for imported pork, and its large population and rapidly expanding economy suggest there is excellent potential for long-term growth.

While U.S. pork does not yet have access to India, U.S. Meat Export Federation (USMEF) representative Monty Brown recently visited India to conduct market research and meet with prospective customers. These activities are funded by the Pork Checkoff, and Brown provides observations in the attached audio report. Listen to his audio report below: 

 

 

Brown notes that while India has historically lacked modern food retail outlets, this is beginning to change as high-end “food halls” emerge in India’s major shopping centers. He also discusses e-commerce as a potential venue for establishing U.S. pork sales in India.

 

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Submitted by Hinson on Wed, 01/24/2018 - 10:32

This is an amazing type of post.
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Submitted by Dickson on Wed, 01/24/2018 - 11:07

As the consumption of pork is increasing day by day the farm owners are also struggling to increase the production. The edugeeksclub.com website has the statistics of production and daily, monthly and yearly consumption of pork. You have the great analysis here.