The Philippines, which has a population of more than 11 million, is the biggest barbecue destination in the world.
But it is not the only country with a large barbecue market.
The US, Germany and Canada also have large markets, as do Australia and China.
A new report from the US-based International Food Information Council says that China is the second largest market in the Asia-Pacific region after the Philippines.
China is home to the world market for pork, beef and lamb, which accounts for more than 60 per cent of the country’s food market.
That’s a big jump from less than 10 per cent in 2015.
The report also found that US pork sales rose to $7.9 billion in 2018, up from $4.3 billion in 2016.
The growth in pork has coincided with a steady rise in pork prices, with pork prices rising by 12 per cent annually between 2016 and 2018.
The average price for US pork has risen to $15.89 per kilogram in 2018.
Beef prices also increased.
US beef has gone up 16 per cent over the past decade, while pork has increased 18 per cent.
The IFC report found that the pork market in China, Vietnam and the Philippines has grown significantly since 2000, with an average price increase of more then 20 per cent each year.
The Philippines and China have been at the forefront of the pork and beef markets, with the latter seeing a rise in demand due to a glut of pigs.
The pork market, which was largely driven by the US, has also been the target of anti-Chinese sentiment in the Philippines, where some Filipinos fear that the country could lose its status as the world leader in meat consumption.
There is some evidence to suggest that pork consumption in China may be down, but the data isn’t yet conclusive.
The government is currently investigating pork consumption and says it is doing its best to control it.
The market in Vietnam, which also has a large pork market and which is also the target market for the US pork, is growing at an even faster pace.
According to IFC, Vietnam’s pork market grew by 17 per cent between 2016-18, while the pork price in Vietnam jumped to $1.2 billion.
Vietnam also exported $9.7 billion worth of pork in 2018 and imports have increased by more than 50 per cent to $9 billion, which is the highest since 2009.
It is the fourth-largest pork market outside of the US.
Australia and Canada, which have large pork markets, have also seen significant growth in their pork markets.
Pork prices in Australia and New Zealand have increased 27 per cent and 39 per cent, respectively, between 2016 to 2018.
Canada is also growing at a much faster rate than the Philippines or China.
Canada exported $5.4 billion worth in pork in 2020, which represents about 12 per of the $8.2-billion in pork exports that the United States exported in 2018 alone.
In 2019, Canada exported nearly $4 billion of pork, which means that the price of Canadian pork is the seventh-highest in the OECD, ahead of Australia and Japan.
The U.S. pork market has seen a decline in demand over the years.
Pork was banned in the United State for nearly 50 years, but that ban expired in 2012, and demand for pork has since been on a steady climb.
In 2018, the US sold more than $6 billion worth the pork it produces, and it has increased its pork production in recent years.
According the US Department of Agriculture, the United Stated produced 4.7 million metric tonnes of pork last year.
About 1.6 million metric tons of pork were produced in 2017.
China has had a massive rise in its pork market.
In the year to June 2019, China exported more than 3.2 million metric tonnes of pork.
China exported 1.8 million metric Tonnes of Pork in 2018 compared to 1.1 million metric Tons of Pork produced in 2018 — according to the World Pork Council.
The World Pork Market estimates that China has produced more than 2.5 million metric metric tons in 2018 but it does not account for the additional meat exported.
In fact, China’s pork exports were only worth about 1.2 per cent as much as the value of pork produced in the US in 2018 in the first six months of 2019.
However, pork exports in China are up 25 per cent compared to 2017, according to IFS.
The global pork market is expected to grow by an average of 13 per cent per year over the next five years, according the IFC.
That is due to more demand for meats from China, and also to higher demand for beef, which increased by 12.5 per cent during the same period.
It’s a fast-paced market that is driven by growing demand for meat from other countries.
A large part of this demand comes from China and other emerging economies.
China and the United Kingdom, for example