PHL’s imported pork inventory up 31% in July
The country’s inventory of frozen pork rose by 31.4 percent to 17,240.86 metric tons (MT) in July, from 13,120.94 MT recorded a year ago, according to data from the National Meat Inspection Service (NMIS).
However, NMIS data showed that imported pork inventory as of July 25 was slightly lower than the 17,442.69 MT recorded in June.
Total frozen-pork inventory, including those produced locally, reached 18,504.19 MT, 27 percent higher than the level posted a year ago. Local pork in cold storages accounted for 1,263.33 MT.
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