World: Goat Meat - Market Report. Analysis And Forecast To 2025
This report provides an in-depth analysis of the global goat meat market. Within it, you will find the latest data on market trends and opportunities by country, consumption and production, food balance and price developments, as well as global trade (imports and exports). The forecast reveals market prospects to 2025.
Goat meat market size and value;
Per Capita consumption;
Forecast of the market dynamics in the medium term;
Global goat meat production, split by region and country;
Global goat meat trade (exports and imports);
Producer, export and import prices for goat meat;
Goat meat market trends, drivers and restraints;
Key market players and their profiles.
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AbstractGlobal goat meat market production was estimated at 5,731 thousand tonnes in 2015, which was 221 thousand tonnes more than in 2014. There was an annual increase of +2.4% in physical terms and +15.0% in value terms for the period from 2007 to 2015. In value terms goat meat production reached 25,710 million USD.From 2007 to 2015, according to market research conducted by IndexBox, goat rearing and farming showed steady growth, rising from 392 million head in 2007 to 466 million head in 2015. It expanded with a CAGR of +2.1% over the period under reviewChina is the world's largest goat rearer and producer: in 2015, Chinese output amounted to 2,266 thousand tonnes, totaling 40% of total global volume. India ranked next (9%), followed by Pakistan (5%), Nigeria (5%), Bangladesh (4%), and the Sudan (4%). Almost each country's output of this product is consumed domestically, so the rankings in terms of consumption are virtually identical across the board.From 2007-2015, the most rapid rate of growth in terms of goat rearing and production was observed in China: the average annual rate of growth here amounted to +3.6%, and this increase was recorded almost every year. Bangladesh indicated weaker rates of growth in terms of production levels: here the average annual rate of growth amounted to +2.7%, and Pakistan recorded +2.3%. The remaining countries indicated restrained growth in terms of production; India experienced a slight contraction (-0.5%). On average, globally, goat rearing and production has increased at an average rate of growth of +2.4% from 2007-2014, with China accounting for 55% of this total increase.Please note The report will be provided within 3 working days after ordering.