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Egypt - 11 tons of undocumented chicken seized before export to China - December 14, 2017

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  • Egypt - 11 tons of undocumented chicken seized before export to China - December 14, 2017

    This article says more about China. Egypt has a shortage of poultry and imports to provide enough supply for the population. If there is enough profit built into a transaction to actually export to China, the high price and supply issues mentioned earlier this month in China are supported:

    China - Egg prices "soaring" as supply diminished "due to the prolonged serious losses this year" - December 14, 2017

    A factory manager was locked up for 4 days for possession of 11 tons of unidentified chicken legs on 15 May

    Thursday, 14 December 2017 03:19 PM
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    [COLOR=#DF2829 !important]Mohammed Abdel Razek wrote

    On May 15, ordered the factory director to be held for 4 days on probation, after being charged with possessing 11 tonnes of unidentified poultry legs and unfit for human consumption.

    Police officers of the May 15 Police Department received information that "Imad SS, 38, the director of a chicken leg preparation factory without a permit, has a large quantity of poultry legs of unknown origin and is unsuitable for human use with the intention of mixing them with a pond bean and packing them for export to China, To achieve illegal profits.

    The factory was targeted in Mamloria with the officers of the Supply and Trade Police Department. This resulted in seizure of 10.721 tons of poultry without data, 768 kg of poultry unsuitable for human use and 50 kg of ponds, all of which are unknown and not accompanied by any documents indicating their origin. , And unsuitable for human use.

    In the face of which he admitted to the incident, for export to the State of China for the purpose of making illegal profits, and released the necessary record, and the prosecution investigated.