INDIA’S DOMESTIC MEAT AND POULTRY SECTOR STRUGGLES TO RAISE STANDARDS – CONFERENCE TOLD

INDIA’S domestic meat and poultry industry is struggling to break free from being a traditional backyard trade, even if its exporters are improving standards, a Meat and Poultry Summit organised by Confederation of Indian Industries (CII) in New Delhi has been told. Addressing its inaugural session yesterday (Monday), Rakesh Kacker, the top official (its secretary) at the central government ministry of food processing industries, said: “The [Indian meat] industry is able to meet the stringent standards when it comes to exports, [however] the same is not ...


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