According to the data published by Statistics Canada, during the first trimester of 2016, Canada has exported a total of 317,245 tonnes of pork, an increase by approximately 12% with respect to the same period in 2015, when the exports reached 285,145 tonnes.
The main destination, although with a slight drop by 0.67%, is still US, with almost 35% of the total exports (109,211 tonnes). It is followed by China, that with 72,384 imported tonnes, is the second destination, with a spectacular increase by more than 350% in comparison with the same period in 2015 (16,079 tonnes). Japan, Mexico and South Korea are still important destinations for Canadian pork.
May 2016/ 3tres3's editorial department from data by Statistics Canada.