Fresh pork returns to Hong Kong’s wet markets after a three-day closure of the city’s slaughterhouses. Photo: Winson Wong

Pork back on the menu in Hong Kong after live pigs return following three-day cleaning of city’s slaughterhouses amid concerns over African swine fever

  • Prices jump 10 per cent but shoppers reassured by sanitation measures
  • Nearly 1 million pigs slaughtered in mainland China in bid to get disease under control
Topic |   Food and agriculture

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Fresh pork returns to Hong Kong’s wet markets after a three-day closure of the city’s slaughterhouses. Photo: Winson Wong
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