Red meat market indicator reports

This section provides information on industry market indicators, along with other sectoral reports and links.

1 – Consumer price index
Consumer price index for food items - Canada
(2002 = 100)
2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
Chicken [1] 122.9 128.0 134.0 133.9 138.1 144.1 146.6 148.0 154.8 155.4
Other poultry meat [1] 111.0 109.7 109.9 112.9 114.7 123.4 126.7 125.4 126.1 128.4
Beef [1] 109.1 111.3 117.7 117.6 125.9 135.4 139.3 158.2 182.1 180.1
Pork [1] 101.5 102.9 106.6 106.5 113.6 118.4 121.3 136.7 143.9 141.6
Fish 103.0 105.3 114.3 114.5 114.3 117.0 120.2 128.4 130.1 137.5
Eggs 118.4 123.3 125.4 127.9 137.7 149.0 153.4 153.3 155.6 154.1
Dairy products 119.9 124.6 129.1 130.3 133.6 134.8 134.3 134.0 135.2 134.1
Meat 111.1 113.4 118.4 119.1 125.4 132.0 134.8 145.6 156.6 157.2
Food 111.8 115.7 121.4 123.1 127.7 130.8 132.4 135.5 140.5 142.6
Source: Statistic Canada
[1] Fresh or frozen meat only, does not include processed or cured meats
Calculations done by AAFC-AID, Market Information Section"
2 – Industrial product price index
Industrial product price index[1] for Canada - food items
(2010 = 100 %)
2013
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2014
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2015
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2016
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Chicken [2] 99.8 -0.8% 101.3 1.5% 101.4 0.1% 100 -1.4%
Turkey [2] 113.6 0.2% 113.5 -0.1% 112.9 -0.5% 112.3 -0.5%
Beef and veal [2] 118.8 1.6% 142.4 19.9% 168.2 18.1% 149.2 -11.3%
Pork [2] 118.8 12.4% 149 25.4% 152 2.0% 158.7 4.4%
Processed meat products, other meats and animal by-products 104.9 1.7% 109.2 4.1% 113.3 3.8% 112.5 -0.7%
Meat products 111 3.6% 125.7 13.2% 134.1 6.7% 130.3 -2.8%
Fish products, prepared and packaged 100.9 -1.4% 108.6 7.6% 119.4 9.9% 126.6 6.0%
Dairy products 104.8 1.2% 106 1.1% 106.5 0.5% 108.5 1.9%
Meat, fish and dairy products 108.1 2.5% 117.7 8.9% 123.7 5.1% 122.7 -0.8%
Source: Statistic Canada
[1] The Industrial Product Price Index (IPPI) measures price changes for major commodities sold by manufacturers in Canada. As a result, the prices covered by the IPPI refer not to what a purchaser pays but to what the producer receives.
[2] Fresh or frozen meat
Calculations done by AAFC-AID, Market Information Section"

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