Poultry price hike despite flu outbreak

The price of poultry products is set to rise by 15 per cent in the coming weeks, according to the Irish Poultry Processors Association (IPPA).

10th February, 2007

The price of poultry products is set to rise by 15 per cent in the coming weeks, according to the Irish Poultry Processors Association (IPPA).

Increasing grain prices and rising electricity costs mean producers will push up prices on chicken, turkey and duck products, as well as eggs, according to Michael O’Toole, spokesman for the IPPA.

‘‘The cost of chicken and other poultry products will increase in the next few weeks - by up...

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