Pork on sale at a wet market in Wan Chai. Photo: May Tse Pork on sale at a wet market in Wan Chai. Photo: May Tse
Pork on sale at a wet market in Wan Chai. Photo: May Tse

Wholesale price of pork rises in Hong Kong amid poor supply from mainland China

  • The number of live pigs supplied to the city per day has dropped from about 1,700 last month to 1,300, with price rising by more than HK$1,000 per picul
  • Catering sector lawmaker Tommy Cheung urges mainland authorities to loosen clearance restrictions imposed during swine fever outbreak last year

Topic |   African swine fever
Pork on sale at a wet market in Wan Chai. Photo: May Tse Pork on sale at a wet market in Wan Chai. Photo: May Tse
Pork on sale at a wet market in Wan Chai. Photo: May Tse
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