Developments on the markets for poultry, pork, beef and processed meat products are monitored. Their implications for the national and EU-market as well as in context with policy measures at national and EU - level are discussed.
Short term developments on the meat markets are often result of long term trends. For instance can changes in consumption patterns in the home market but also in markets far away lead to changing opportunities and supply and demand. Detecting these factors and influences is the task of this permanent market investigation
Farmer, slaughterhouses, meat processing industry, food retailer, consumer organisation, public administration and government.
Use of national and international statistics in order to display developments. Market reports and personal exchange with market experts in order to asses developments.
National and international statistical offices like German statistical office, EUROSTAT, FAO, USDA, OECD.
Trend-analyses and regression analyses, qualitative market research.
What are the main factors that influence national and international meat production.
Do changes in other regions of the world influence German and EU meat markets and what is the impact.
How do political activities influence German and internationasl meat markets.
The results are published regularly. See the web page; www.gjae-online.de see 'supplement'
Permanent task 1.2001 - 12.2020