Angola: Poultry and Products Annual

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   AO2022-0002

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As the economic environment in Angola has improved, Angolan chicken meat imports also recovered, increasing 57 percent in 2021. Post expects 2022 imports will show slight year-over-year growth as well. In 2021, Angola was the world’s seventh largest importer of U.S. chicken meat by value ($125 million). Post forecasts production to increase slightly in 2023, but the country still faces challenges to expansion of its domestic industry, including a lack of animal feed production, veterinary medicine, chicken feedlots, and general infrastructure, as well as the prohibition of genetically engineered (GE) feed products.

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