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China’s chicken production surges, reducing appetite for imports as food safety fears grow amid coronavirus

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China’s chicken producers are pushing ahead with aggressive expansion plans despite a slump in demand due to the coronavirus, reducing reliance on imports amid recent fears about the safety of foreign meat.The world’s second largest poultry producer is expected to produce a record 14.85 million tonnes of chicken meat in 2020, according to the United States Department of Agriculture, a substantial increase over last year’s 18 per cent rise to 13.75 million tonnes.The significant expansion is…

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China’s chicken producers are pushing ahead with aggressive expansion plans despite a slump in demand due to the coronavirus, reducing reliance on imports amid recent fears about the safety of foreign meat.The world’s second largest poultry producer is expected to produce a record 14.85 million tonnes of chicken meat in 2020, according to the United States Department of Agriculture, a substantial increase over last year’s 18 per cent rise to 13.75 million tonnes.The significant expansion is…
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