Why is chicken meat so cheap?
In an effort to improve the quality of its meat, Canada’s chicken industry is looking to the U.S. and Mexico as sources for its meat.
And if you’ve been wondering why you can buy cheap chicken from Canada’s backyard, you’ll be glad to know that the answer lies in Mexico, according to a report published by the National Chicken Council.
The report says that Mexico’s market for chicken is estimated at $6.5 billion per year.
It says that in the first six months of 2017, Mexico exported more than 2 million tons of chicken to Canada.
That’s more than $200 million in annual sales.
The trade in Canada’s meat is also growing at a rapid pace.
The trade in U.K. chicken reached $1.1 billion in 2016, and the trade in pork reached $867 million in 2016.
In the past two years, the U,S.
has grown chicken by more than 400%.
The U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization has also reported that Canada’s poultry trade is growing by almost 10%.
“Our research indicates that the chicken market is the world’s second largest, after the U.”said the National Cattlemen’s Association’s Michael Taylor.
The group has been urging Canada to expand its trade with the U., especially as U. S. President Donald Trump has threatened to impose tariffs on goods and services that are imported from Mexico and other countries.
Canada has already been cutting off its exports to Mexico and is reportedly preparing to cut off supplies to the United States as well. The U