Average retail price for pork chops in Canada from January 2015 to June 2019
(in Canadian dollars per kilogram)
Average retail price for pork chops in Canada 2015-2019
The average retail price for one kilogram of pork chops was 12.26 Canadian dollars in June 2019 in Canada. Monthly prices have gradually decreased within the given time period. A high of 13.26 Canadian dollars per kilogram was recorded in October 2015, whilst prices did not rise above 12.33 Canadian dollars throughout the whole of 2019.

The Canadian pork market

The volume of pork produced in Canada has steadily increased over the past four years, reaching around 2.12 million metric tons in 2018. More than half of this volume was exported in the same year . Unsurprisingly, the United States was Canada’s biggest pork trading partner in 2017, receiving approximately 424,790 metric tons, followed by Japan and China in second and third places.

Pork consumption

Despite increasing pork production in Canada, consumption is declining. In 2019, it was forecast that per capita consumption would reach around 27.3 kilograms, a decrease of almost seven kilograms since the turn of the century.
Average retail price for pork chops in Canada from January 2015 to June 2019
(in Canadian dollars per kilogram)
20152016201720182019
Dec13.0912.4712.5412.04-
Nov12.8912.3712.3112.07-
Oct13.2612.2912.4712.31-
Sep13.1612.5512.3412.21-
Aug12.9912.612.7712.21-
Jul12.7712.912.6112.43-
Jun12.7212.2412.4412.1212.26
May12.8412.3812.3111.8712.2
Apr12.9312.4612.4312.311.92
Mar12.971311.8611.9111.72
Feb12.9312.5111.9612.1312.05
Jan12.9912.9912.1512.0512.33
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Source

Release date

July 2019

Region

Canada

Survey time period

January 2015 to June 2019

Supplementary notes

Statistics Canada collects prices for food, household supply and personal care items from food supermarkets and drugstores, prices for cigarettes from supermarkets, department stores, drug stores and tobacco shops, and prices for regular, unleaded gasoline from gas stations.

Average retail price for pork chops in Canada 2015-2019
The average retail price for one kilogram of pork chops was 12.26 Canadian dollars in June 2019 in Canada. Monthly prices have gradually decreased within the given time period. A high of 13.26 Canadian dollars per kilogram was recorded in October 2015, whilst prices did not rise above 12.33 Canadian dollars throughout the whole of 2019.

The Canadian pork market

The volume of pork produced in Canada has steadily increased over the past four years, reaching around 2.12 million metric tons in 2018. More than half of this volume was exported in the same year . Unsurprisingly, the United States was Canada’s biggest pork trading partner in 2017, receiving approximately 424,790 metric tons, followed by Japan and China in second and third places.

Pork consumption

Despite increasing pork production in Canada, consumption is declining. In 2019, it was forecast that per capita consumption would reach around 27.3 kilograms, a decrease of almost seven kilograms since the turn of the century.
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