Germany – Larger concentration of slaughterhouses

The tendency towards a higher concentration of slaughterhouses in Germany has continued throughout 2010. The 10 largest German slaughterhouses had, in 2010, a 75,1% market share which represents an increase of 16,1% over the last 7 years. The 4 largest slaughterhouses have 60,1% of the market compared to the 48,4% they had 7 years ago.
Tuesday 29 March 2011 (7 years 6 months 17 days ago)
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The tendency towards a higher concentration of slaughterhouses in Germany has continued throughout 2010. The 10 largest German slaughterhouses had, in 2010, a 75,1% market share which represents an increase of 16,1% over the last 7 years. The 4 largest slaughterhouses have 60,1% of the market compared to the 48,4% they had 7 years ago.

Tönnies continues to be the largest slaughterhouse in Germany with 24,4% of the market, followed by Vion (18,4%), Westfleisch (11,39%) and D&S (6,1%).

http://www.lf.dk/Aktuelt/Publikationer/Markedsnyt_for_svinekoed/2011.aspx

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