Standard Beef Burgers - How has the retail price changed in the past 12 months?

Richard Peoples 23/06/2016 13:30:00 Weekly Industry Statistics Summary

 

  • Over the past 12 months, the average price of standard beef burgers in Tesco has fallen by £0.57/kg. In the same week in 2015, they had the same number of products that are currently on sale, but 12 months on the are on average, 9.6% cheaper.
  • Compared to the same week in 2015, the number of burger products in Asda has fallen from 9 to 3. 12 months ago, the average price was £6.26/kg, but this has fallen by 6.9% over the past 12 months (-£0.43/kg)
  • Like Tesco, Sainsbury's have the same number of products on sale currently compared to the same week 12 months ago. However, the average price of standard burgers in Sainsbury's has fallen by 13.1% over the past 12 months, to a current level of £5.51/kg.

 

Analysis of the price and slaughter figures of NZ Lambs (17kg)

Richard Peoples 28/04/2016 12:00:00 Weekly Industry Statistics Summary

  • The price of 17kg lambs in New Zealand has been in decline since the end of October 2015. In the past 6 months, the price has fallen by 135c/kg (-21.8%) to the current level of 482.5c/kg
  • In November 2014, the price peaked at 662.5c/kg, 45c higher than the highest price in 2015 which was 617.5c/kg in October 2015.

  • 2.4 million 17kg lambs were slaughtered in New Zealand in March 2016. This is up by 4.63% on the previous month.
  • When compared to the same month in 2015, this figure is back by 1.4 million (-20.12%)
  • In the past 5 years, the slaughter of 17kg lambs has peaked in March and only started to increase in October of the following year.

NEW: Global Meat Prices now being tracked on Meat Connected

Hilton Admin 08/04/2016 14:00:00 Weekly Industry Statistics Summary

  • For the week ending 27/03/2016, the price price of R3 Steers in Brazil stood at 225c/kg, down by 1.7c on the previous week. Compared to the same week in 2015, the price is back by 29.5c (-11.6%)
  • In Australia, R3 Steers are currently making 344/kg. This is 34.1c higher when compared to the same week in 2015 (+11%). Looking back 4 years, the price has risen by 83.6c (+32.1%).
  • In the United States, the price of R3 steers has fallen by 111.5c over the past 12 months to a current of 423c/kg. In the past 12 months the price has fallen by over 21% having peaked in April 2015 at 545.6c/kg.
  • In Uruguay, the price of R3 Steers currently stands at 225c/kg. Like all of the countries in the table above, it is back on the previous week (-12c). The price in Uruguay has fallen by 23.5c over the past 12 months (-7.9c)

  • Please note that all the prices contained within our tables can be easily viewed alongside an alternative currency, and the currency within the graphs can also be changed.

Analysing the size of the UK breeding flock

Hilton Admin 01/04/2016 12:00:00 Weekly Industry Statistics Summary

  • In the past 12 months, the UK breeding flock has increased in size by 542,000 (+3.6%), compared to growth of 427,000 (+2.9%) between 2013 and 2014.
  • Over the past 5 years, the flock has increased from 13.8 million to a current level of 15.3 million (+10.4%).

  • The total number of all sheep in the UK has increased by 8.78% in the 12 months between December 2014 and December 2015, when the census recorded that there were 23.8 million sheep on the ground.
  • When looking at the slaughter figures of lambs in the UK, we can see that the past 3 months have been relatively low, with just over 1 million being slaughtered per month on average.
  • This trend would suggest that there may be an increase in slaughter figures in the coming months, and supplies in 2016 will remain plentiful due to increasing numbers in the flock.

Tracking the rise of the deadweight SQQ lamb price in Great Britain

Richard Peoples 25/03/2016 16:00:00 Weekly Industry Statistics Summary

  • The current SQQ price of lambs in the UK currently, stands at 435p/kg, up by 7p on the previous week. 
  • The price has been steadily increasing since the start of November, and has increased by over 80p in this time period (+30.4%).
  • However, when compared to the same week in 2015, the current price is back by 16.30p (-3.6%)
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