The SA poultry industry, which has been harangued by record-high feed costs, intensifying load-shedding and imports being dumped in the local market, is gearing up to find new markets in Saudi Arabia and the EU, the SA Poultry Association (Sapa) said.

This is as the industry awaits a decision by trade, industry and competition minister Ebrahim Patel in August on whether anti-dumping duties that were suddenly retracted in 2022, will be reinstated on chicken imported from five countries including Brazil, to protect the local sector...

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