A pork butcher’s in Central. Pig imports from mainland China to Hong Kong fell by half from December 20 to December 26. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong’s pork prices likely to rise as pig supplies from mainland China drop sharply due to swine fever outbreak

  • Numbers of pigs imported from across the border fell by half over six days around Christmas, though industry spokesman says this was due to a dip in demand
  • Price increases have so far been limited to individual shops, but one Michelin-starred restaurant has been forced to cut back on one of its pork liver dishes
Topic |   Food and agriculture

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A pork butcher’s in Central. Pig imports from mainland China to Hong Kong fell by half from December 20 to December 26. Photo: Sam Tsang
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