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Growing demand for poultry is fueling a rise in global imports of poultry products. [1] The consumption of poultry has been increasing globally, driven by factors such as population growth, rising incomes, and urbanization. [2][3] As a result, countries with high domestic demand but insufficient local production are turning to imports to meet the increasing need for poultry. [2]

Poultry production has grown significantly over the past decade, increasing from 94 million tons in 2009 to 131 million tons by 2019, a 39% growth. [2] However, exports have also grown substantially, going from 14 million tons in 2009 to 19.9 million tons in 2019, a 37.1% increase. [2] Asia and Latin America are the leading producers, while Europe and the Americas are the main exporting regions. [2]

The global poultry market is expected to continue its growth trajectory, with forecasts indicating a 4.1% increase between 2021 and 2025, reaching a production of 100.9 million metric tons. [2] This rising demand and trade in poultry products highlights the importance of the poultry industry in global food security and international markets.

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