ZIMBABWE: Pork producer Colcom looks to aggressive sales drive in 2001
Domestic pork producer Colcom is gearing itself up for an aggressive assault on the meat market during 2001, responding to the opportunities opened by a likely inflation in the cost of value-added processed products. Food inflation is expected to reach higher levels this year because of a shortage of maize, and many consumers are expected to respond by switching their purchases to fresh meats.
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