The import of eggs, chickens and their derivatives from neighboring South Africa continues to be banned, following avian influenza, which broke out in that country at the end of October. The announcement was made this Thursday by the Spokesperson for the National Inspection of Economic Activities, in a press conference as part of the preparations for the inspection of trade during the festive season. Leonor Mabutana said that as a result of the inspection work, 14 boxes were seized smuggled eggs containing eggs from South Africa, in the Fajardo and Malanga markets, in the city of Maputo. In relation to the upcoming festive season, Mabutana guarantees that the prices of the products in the markets are consistent. INAE also mentioned that a total of 45 thousand chickens across the country, since the outbreak of bird flu. Source:O País

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