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Asia’s Poultry Markets in 2022: Another Year of Mixed Fortunes
26:04Animal protein analysts Chenjun Pan, Nan-Dirk Mulder, and Shiva Mudgil join Justin Sherrard, Global Strategist – Animal Protein, to discuss the outlook for poultry across Asia in 2022. They cover the production outlook for each subregion and the main issues that will allow poultry to expand, as well as those that threaten poultry’s expansion. Overall, it’s going to be a year of mixed fortunes, with opportunities for most poultry supply chain participants, depending on where they sit in the chain and in the subregion. This podcast builds on the Global Animal Protein Outlook 2022.
Buy Nitrogen Now or Wait? A Global View
28:30As global urea prices move toward 2008 levels, farmers across the northern and southern hemisphere face a difficult decision: buy nitrogen now, or hold out for a price drop? Samuel Taylor (North America), Lief Chiang (China), and Stefan van Merrienboer (Europe) join Wes Lefroy (Australia) to help dissect what is happening in the global nitrogen market and contemplate how farmers can respond to these high prices. This episode also appears on our sister podcasts RaboResearch F&A Australia and New Zealand and RaboResearch F&A North America
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Bad to Worse for Glyphosate
26:02Chinese export prices of glyphosate have increased 150% so far this year. In recent weeks, we’ve seen another announcement that will put availability in jeopardy and send prices skyrocketing. In our latest podcast, Wes Lefroy (Sydney) is joined by Lief Chiang (Shanghai) and Sam Taylor (New York) to discuss what has happened in the Chinese supply chain and how this may affect North American and Australian farmers. This episode also appears on our sister podcasts RaboResearch F&A Australia & New Zealand and RaboResearch F&A North America
What Changing Demographics Mean for F&B Industries in Asia
29:11China's population is aging. Households are getting smaller, and women have more purchasing power than ever before. In this episode, Sudip Sinha, Stacie Wan, and Michelle Huang discuss what this could mean for demand for CPG products and how brand manufacturers can position themselves to serve a shifting consumer base in the decades to come.
2021 Indian Poultry, Dairy, and Animal Feed Industries Outlook
19:40Shiva Mudgil joins Oscar Tjakra to discuss the outlook for the Indian poultry, dairy, and animal feed industries in 2021, while also looking at the progress of the Indian monsoon and its impact on domestic grain & oilseed production.
Australian Winter Crop Planting Outlook and Its Impact on Southeast Asian G&O Importers
18:27In this episode, Dennis Voznesenski joins Oscar Tjakra to discuss the outlook for 2021/2022 Australian winter crop planting and how this will impact grain & oilseed importers in Southeast Asia. This episode is also on our sister podcast, RaboResearch Food & Agribusiness: Australia & New Zealand
The Canola Files, Part 3: Golden Prices Flatten China’s Demand
23:06Cheryl Kalisch Gordon, Senior Grains & Oilseeds Analyst with Rabobank Australia & New Zealand, is joined by her colleague Lief Chiang, Grains & Oilseeds Analyst based in China, to discuss why the outlook for canola demand in China is flat.
Grains, Oilseeds, and Pulses as Plant-Based Meat Ingredients: A Global Perspective
22:14Plant-based meat substitutes are a rapidly growing segment in an established and large consumer food market, attracting significant investments and consumer acceptance in recent years. How will this trend potentially affect the global grains, oilseeds, and pulses sectors? In this podcast episode, Vito Martielli and Dennis Voznesenski join Oscar Tjakra to discuss the outlook for grains, oilseeds, and pulses as plant-based meat ingredients.
The Future of Alternative Protein in Asia, Part 2: An Interview With Just Asia – Eat Just
26:23Alternative protein markets in Asia are top-of-mind for consumers and food companies alike in the region. In this episode, Saurabh Bajaj, Asia CEO of Just Asia – Eat Just, shares his views on the current and future developments of alternative protein markets in Asia, what the key drivers are, and how to ensure future success. Saurabh is joined by RaboResearch Asia analysts Oscar Tjakra and Michelle Huang in this podcast episode.