EU: Poultry and pigmeat to remain favourites of European consumers
A projection of agricultural market developments up to 2008 made by farming experts in the European Commission has made clear that poultry is still the meat of the future, followed some way behind by pigmeat. Both meats, currently benefiting from the crises in the beef sector, have won a strong public following and remain competitively priced, said the report "Prospects for agricultural markets 2001-2008."
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