The top three beefs in Australia have all recently become a major selling point for retailers looking to promote their products to customers, as well as retailers looking for a new buyer.
The latest figures show that in August, the market for beef and lamb in Australia was worth $5.6 billion, down from $7.2 billion in July, but that has more to do with demand for fresh meats.
However, that trend is not going to continue, with the market being hit by the winter weather, which has led to a rise in demand.
“We’re seeing a lot more demand for beef in July and August, as consumers are looking for fresh meat,” said David MacKay, senior research manager at the Beef Council of Australia.
“A lot of our beef is coming from the US and Canada.
They’re all looking for beef that’s higher in quality.”
In July and early August we were seeing an increase in beef demand, and that is likely to continue in September and October.
“The beef industry has had a tough time keeping up with demand, with beef prices soaring and demand from the Middle East and Asia.
I think we’ve had a bit of a softening in demand in Asia and in Australia, but we’re definitely seeing a bit more demand there,” he said. “
I don’t think we’re seeing the US beef market collapse completely.
I think we’ve had a bit of a softening in demand in Asia and in Australia, but we’re definitely seeing a bit more demand there,” he said.
The market for lamb has been affected by a spike in demand from Asia, with demand rising from Japan and South Korea.
There are also concerns that demand for meat from Europe will rise, as the EU has a huge meat industry and a shortage of lamb.
But MacKay said demand for lamb had fallen off in recent years, but there was still a large market in Australia for lamb.
Despite a significant decline in demand, MacKay is confident that demand will remain high for lamb in the near future, as demand for more fresh meats in the meat industry will likely be a key driver of demand.