It seems that the producers of the Mexican poultry industry are paying special attention to human needs by 2050 and are trying to take an important share in this sector.
Estimates suggest that by 2050, human food needs will increase by more than 30 percent.
Mexican poultry industry executives are working with international consultants to improve the health and business environment of the industry.
It should be noted the assessments show that the country’s poultry industry has grown by more than 4% during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Some believe that the outbreak of COVID-19 caused the poultry industry to be trained on issues such as biosecurity, and this marked the beginning of the country’s growing trend.
Assessments show that if the public sector in the country cooperates with the poultry industry, Mexican producers will be able to find new international markets to supply their products.
Meanwhile, some economists believe that the devaluation of the Mexican national currency could lead to some revisions in the country’s poultry exports.
Mexico is currently the sixth-largest producer in the world with more than 3 million tons of poultry meat and the world’s fourth-largest egg producer.