No end in sight for China's cattle shortage
GlobalMeatNews, Wednesday 23 July 2014

On the face of it, things are looking rather rosy for beef in China. Growth is dynamic - at least within the context of fresh food - driven by consumer demand for higher-quality meat. Once you chip the surface, however, a major predicament soon becomes evident. There is just not enough cattle being raised domestically to satisfy demand. As prices spiral upwards, there is real danger of excluding a large number of Chinese consumers from buying beef on a regular basis.

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