Poultry largest egg producer and the eighteenth

Poultry is one of the fastest growing segments of the agricultural sector in India today.

While the production of agricultural crops has been rising at a rate of 1.5 to 2 percent per annum, that of eggs and broilers has been rising at a rate of 8 to 10 percent per annum. As a result, India is now the world’s fifth largest egg producer and the eighteenth largest producer of broilers. The Potential in the sector is due to a combination of factors – growth in per capita income, a growing urban population and falling real poultry prices. Poultry meat is the fastest growing component of global meat demand, and India, the world’s second largest developing country, is experiencing rapid growth in its poultry sector. In India, poultry sector growth is being driven by rising incomes and a rapidly expanding middle class, together with the emergence of vertically integrated poultry producers that have reduced consumer prices by lowering production and marketing costs. Integrated production, market transition from live birds to chilled and frozen products, and policies that ensure supplies of competitively priced corn and soybeans are keys to future poultry industry growth in India. There are number of small poultry dressing plants in the country.

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These plants are producing dressed chickens. In addition to these plants, there are five modern integrated poultry processing plants producing dressed chicken, chicken cut parts and other chicken products. These plants will manufacture egg powder and frozen egg-yolk for export. Areas of Production: Over all, Tamil Nadu counts for maximum egg production. In Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad is the city with maximum poultry and hatcheries.

Besides the state of Andhra Pradesh, Vishakhapatnam, Chittoor, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Orissa and North Eastern States are the major egg contributors.       The individual products under this sub-head are as below: Live Poultry <=85 Gram  Other Live Poultry <=185 Gram  Live Poultry > 185 Gram  Other Live Poultry >185 Gram  Edible Poultry Meat (Fresh)  Edible Poultry Meat (Frozen)  Other Poultry Meat Not Cut In Pieces  Cuts & Offals Excluding Livers  Eggs In Shell  Other Eggs  Egg Yolks Dried  Other Egg Yolks  Eggs Not In Shell (Dried/Cooked)  Eggs Not In Shell (Frozen/Preserved   India Facts and Figures : The country has exported 4,49,527.49 MT of Poultry products to the world for the worth of Rs. 531.65 Crores/ 79.51 USD Millions during the year 2016-17.

Major Export Destinations (2016-17) : Oman, Saudi Arabia, Indonesia,Russia and Maldives.   India Export of Agro Food Products Product Group Report/Country Wise Value in Rs. Lacs   Product: Poultry Products   2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 Country Qty Value Qty Value Qty Value Oman 2,21,224.09 14,054.67 3,00,898.18 20,384.43 2,36,915.52 15,932.

96 Maldives 76,413.26 3,638.45 1,09,548.54 5,289.90 1,11,837.

18 4,890.95 Indonesia 1,655.98 4,163.88 1,397.02 4,539.48 1,437.01 4,528.45 Saudi Arabia 18,470.

42 4,771.65 42,087.86 9,563.94 4,973.66 4,190.

41 Russia 0.4 1.17 16.

25 46.89 1,387.60 3,649.24 Bahrain 25,706.

80 2,871.16 38,353.82 4,937.

32 28,474.68 3,131.18 Vietnam Social Republic 2,852.39 2,682.76 768.98 2,120.

00 1,633.20 2,732.32 Japan 1,718.12 5,624.96 2,539.

66 8,018.33 629.81 1,899.31                                         United Arab Emirates 1,334.85 1,453.

49 1,522.51 1,652.28 3,716.36 1,728.

29 Nigeria 628.36 390.28 132.04 487.

87 408.5 1,436.89 Thailand 680 1,210.73 477.77 1,515.45 404.92 1,378.72 Germany 2,980.

37 6,266.57 2,336.12 5,794.46 568 1,349.84 Afghanistan 77,137.28 2,665.61 51,085.20 1,601.

41 26,832.96 1,008.73 Bhutan 721.75 847.02 690.05 800.94 794.

94 961.21 Netherland 848.19 1,476.86 875 2,441.34 324.

12 825.67 Taiwan 85 218.36 209.1 556.59 202 590.42 Iran 3,550.42 335.16 2,783.

70 301.15 7,556.55 552.

46 Philippines 114.97 370.88 131.45 495.97 129.68 401.17 Liberia 67,105.

68 2,483.14 60,456.96 1,981.67 8,557.12 274.1 United Kingdom 0.24 4.

23 3.8 1.52 90.02 227.12 Iraq 0 0 472.32 20.07 5,667.84 225.

64 Sri Lanka 82.76 153.95 102.22 197.09 76.

36 181.94 Comoros 3,165.38 153.71 3,290.80 149.

6 3,506.58 153.56 Australia 31.28 229.

67 49.84 306.48 17.27 101.8 Malaysia 459.

33 283.42 69.58 65.75 127.97 101.5 Kuwait 24.19 73.

13 1,086.87 210.3 302.12 101.4 Sweden 0 0 44.

4 106.37 38 99.99 Kenya 14,302.03 581.83 12,927.83 579.41 1,088.15 87.

02 Uganda 201.96 86.69 134.54 67.95 87.68 83.95 Myanmar 4,553.

19 853.47 216.35 50.76 351.36 61.1 United States 1,889.81 90.29 200 44.

49 10.1 52.73 Korea Republic 1 3.01 0.

5 1.61 12.87 45.78 Nepal 525.15 427.28 65.53 147.

92 54.08 22.86 Congo P Republic 0 0 0 0 472.32 16.32 Pakistan 3,135.92 118.

41 472.47 18.54 2.

58 6.7 Bangladesh 0 0 0 0 2.46 4.

83 Jordan 0 0 0 0 0.67 1.41 Egypt Arab Republic 0.14 0.78 0.16 1.04 0.

2 1.22 Senegal 944.64 31.78 33.6 15.

5 0.5 1.22 Unspecified 235.71 54.46 0 0 31.

5 1.19 Singapore 0.68 3.6 0.

61 2.48 0.26 1.11 Denmark 1,350.01 3,878.

72 594 1,593.81 0.02 0.

78 South Africa 187.2 418.11 0 0 0.01 0.2 Italy 0.02 0.77 0 0 0.

01 0.16 Spain 0 0 0 0 0 0.07 Albania 2 0.

48 0 0 0 0 Belgium 0.01 0.56 0.1 0.45 0 0 Brunei 0 0 0 0 0 0 Canada 0 0.

04 0 0 0 0 Cote D Ivoire 11.25 31.06 0 0 0 0 Croatia 0.01 0.67 0 0 0 0 Czech Republic 0 0.02 0 0 0 0 Dominic Republic 0 0 0.

03 0.08 0 0 Equtl Guinea 47.36 25.8 0 0 0 0 Finland 0.08 3.56 0.09 2.29 0 0 France 0.

05 0.67 0.02 0.17 0 0 Hong Kong 28.05 14.82 0 0 0 0 Lebanon 717.

52 27.74 0 0 0 0 Malawi 14.76 9.95 267.28 21.55 0 0 Mali 672.32 13.65 42 1.

64 0 0 New Caledonia 26.56 101.95 0 0 0 0 New Zealand 0.02 1.39 0 0 0 0 Norway 0.02 0.51 0.01 0.

35 0 0 Poland 0.03 1.32 0.

09 2.65 0 0 Rwanda 10.08 0.71 0 0 0 0 Samoa 0 0 472.

32 17.53 0 0 Sierra Leone 19,281.20 662.

63 18,420.48 561.77 0 0 Somalia 400 16.33 4,006.24 144.86 0 0 Sudan 65.

52 13.84 19.88 8.13 0 0 Syria 22.5 88.84 0 0 0 0 Turkey 0 0.04 0 0 0 0 Venezuela 28 9.

17 0 0 0 0 Yemen Republc 1,052.49 1,119.32 0 0 0 0 Total 5,56,698.

80 65,119.18 6,59,304.17 76,871.58 4,48,724.74 53,043.

92 Source: DGCIS Annual Export               FDA REGULATIONS:FDA’s Import Program FDA is responsible for enforcing theFederal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FD Act) and other laws which aredesigned to protect consumers’ health, safety, and pocketbook. These laws applyequally to domestic and imported products. With the exception of most meat andpoultry, all food and cosmetics as defined in the FD&C Act, are subject toexamination by FDA when imported or offered for import into the United States.Most meat and poultry products are regulated by the U.S. Department ofAgriculture . All color additives used in foods and cosmetics in the UnitedStates must be approved by FDA; many cannot be used unless certified in FDA’sown laboratories. Importing Food Products into the United States Underprovisions of the U.

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