Consumers feel pinch as beef prices go up
The Jakarta Post
Australia’s six-month ban on cattle exports may be considered a blessing to local players, but the sudden cut in a supply chain that contributes a significant slice of the cattle market has been a pain for consumers and shaken the country’s food sufficiency program, a minister said.
“Domestic cattle producers can only supply 70 percent of the annual national demand. Normally we import...
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