Why does Africa import so many chickens?

Why does Africa import so many chickens?
 

With a growing appetite for chicken in Africa, the BBC's Kim Chakanetsa investigates why the continent does not produce enough birds to feed itself.
If you have eaten a handful of spicy chicken wings in Angola recently or perhaps polished off a lemony "yassa poulet" in Senegal, there is a good chance your chicken travelled some distance before finding its way on to your plate.
It depends where you live in Africa, but chickens are increasingly migrating - in freezers - from Brazil, Germany or other European Union countries to the continent.
Imports of chicken to sub-Saharan Africa... read more

 
12 October 2016 in World News, Views: 37
Source: BBC
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