Imported Chicken Damages Domestic Value Chain in Seychelles

Government slackening on imported chicken in Seychelles led to domestic producers facing unfair disadvantage on price.

Selling value is seemingly the only way to remain in business.

“Five years ago, local chicken farmers were forced to shut down their farms after government announced it would no longer restrict importation of chicken. This gave rise to the situation as we know it today: a prevalence of Brazilian chicken on the market and local chicken that is hard to find.”

https://www.facebook.com/todayinsey/photos/west-hill-farmthe-story-of-local-poultry-five-years-ago-local-chicken-farmers-we/816711518366660/?_rdr

Powered by BetterDocs

Reader Interactions

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *