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July 23, 2024
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CHICKEN RETURNS TO STORE SHELVES 

Maseru, Jan. 20– In a welcome development for consumers in Maseru, frozen chicken has made a triumphant return to the shelves of local shops after being temporarily banned from crossing borders in November last year due to an avian flu outbreak in South Africa (SA).

A recent survey conducted by the agency revealed that numerous supermarkets and retail shops now boast the presence of chicken on their shelves, marking the end of a hiatus that impacted households across the region. However, consumers are facing the reality of increased prices on this staple.

In interviews with several customers, a shared sentiment of joy and relief was expressed, as they highlighted the challenges of being unable to provide their families with a crucial source of protein during the break. Many echoed the sentiment that chicken is the most cost-effective protein option available.

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