Vol 3No 02November 2022

The emergence of Brazil as the Leading World Exporter of Chicken Meat

Vol. 3No. 02November 2022pp. 75-99
Palabras clave: 
  • Meat,
  • Chickens,
  • Brazil,
  • International Trade,
  • Government Economic Policies

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Resumen

The growing wealth of the world in the past seventy five years has led to an increasing demand for cheap animal protein. While the modern chicken meat or broiler industry was first developed in the United States and Western Europe, it is Brazil which today is the primary world exporter of broiler chickens. We examine the origin and growth of the industry in Brazil, and explain how and why it emerged as the leading world export of broiler meat in general and of halal chicken meat in particular. 

Cómo citar

Klein, H., & Vidal, F. (2022). The emergence of Brazil as the Leading World Exporter of Chicken Meat . Historia Agraria De América Latina, 3(02), 75–99. https://doi.org/10.53077/haal.v3i02.127

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