U.S. pork exports bring momentum into 2024

The National Pork Board is confident U.S. pork exports can build on a very successful 2023.

Vice president of international market development Courtney Knupp says a new export value record was set last year at $8.16 billion.

“And for context, that’s up six percent versus last year, which was relatively strong as well. So very excited about that.”

She tells Brownfield U.S. pork continues to be positioned as the quality, consistent, and safe supply of import product need.

“We see great room for increased pork consumption, we don’t only want to vie for market share but we want to increase the market tie in a lot of these key markets. So we see nothing but upside for this, this creates huge value for the pork producers in our country.”

Knupp says international demand will continue to be a key component of the value proposition for the U.S. pork industry.

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