Businessman Phillip Sibia queues to return meat from the Enterprise Factory store in Germiston, east of Johannesburg. Picture: ALAISTER RUSSELL
Businessman Phillip Sibia queues to return meat from the Enterprise Factory store in Germiston, east of Johannesburg. Picture: ALAISTER RUSSELL

The knock-on effects of the listeriosis outbreak has compromised the pork industry, with the industry losing almost R45m a week.

Pork producer profits have dropped by much as 40%, putting jobs at risk.

Pork Producers’ Organisation CEO Johann Kotze spoke to Business Day TV to give more insight into how the industry is faring.

Pork Producers’ Organisation CEO Johann Kotze talks to Business Day TV to give more insight into how the industry is faring

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