The local pork industry has been disrupted for about a week since the city confirmed its first case of African swine fever. Photo: Sam Tsang

Pork not back on Hong Kong markets for Sunday after African swine fever-related closures, for lack of slaughterhouse orders

  • Food bosses said workers at privately owned Tsuen Wan slaughterhouse would start killing animals from the early hours
  • But it later transpired that no one had ordered slaughtered pigs from the facilities
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The local pork industry has been disrupted for about a week since the city confirmed its first case of African swine fever. Photo: Sam Tsang
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