Key Market Indicators
Pork production in Mauritius is projected to rise slightly in the coming years. In 2021, the country had 3,910 heads, a figure that is expected to increase to 4,020 by 2026. This growth is estimated at a rate of 0.5% per year on average. Since 1966, production has been declining at an annual rate of 4.2%. Meanwhile, Mauritian pork consumption is expected to reach 5.41 thousand metric tons in 2026, up from 5 thousand metric tons in 2021. This growth is projected to be 1.2% each year on average. Since 2017, demand has remained stable. Mauritius was ranked 118th in the world for pork consumption in 2021, with Cape Verde coming in ahead at 5 thousand metric tons. The United States, Russia, and Vietnam respectively occupied the second, third, and fourth spots in this ranking.