The return of U.S. poultry products to many global poultry markets is shaking up global trade streams, with other exporters starting to defend their market share via price concessions, according to the Rabobank "Global Poultry Quarterly Q2" report.
“This is affecting margins for companies highly exposed to trade in countries like Brazil, Argentina, Thailand and Japan," Rabobank animal protein senior analyst Nan-Dirk Mulder said. “We believe this situation will continue, with expect
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