UK: Outlook for UK poultry industry described as “quite scary”
A leading industry analyst has described the outlook for the UK poultry industry as "quite scary" because of EU and national regulations and competition from the expanding low-cost production in Brazil and Thailand. Speaking at a national poultry meat conference in the West Midlands town of Droitwich, Allan Meldrum of the Cobb Europe poultry breeding group said that low-cost imports were a great threat to the UK industry.
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