Key Market Indicators
Poultry meat consumption in the Netherlands is expected to drop by nearly 4% by 2026, falling from 218 thousand metric tons in 2021 to 174 thousand metric tons. The Dutch demand has been declining by 0.9% per year since 2017, and the country is currently ranked 55th in terms of poultry meat consumption, with Honduras ahead of it at 218 thousand metric tons. The US, Brazil, and Russia currently rank 2nd, 3rd, and 4th respectively in this ranking. Dutch poultry meat production is set to increase by 0.2% annually from 2021 to 2026, rising from 1,090 thousand metric tons to 1,110 thousand metric tons. The country’s poultry supply has seen growth of 0.6% per year since 2017, and it is currently ranked 28th in terms of production. Australia is ahead of it with 1,090 thousand metric tons, while China, Brazil, and Russia rank 2nd, 3rd, and 4th respectively.