The price of the ham are expected to soar from 5% to 15%

The consumer will not be able to miss the difference in price... The price of the ham and sausage expected to increase from 5% to 15%" in the stores, announced

The price of the ham are expected to soar from 5% to 15%

The consumer will not be able to miss the difference in price... The price of the ham and sausage expected to increase from 5% to 15%" in the stores, announced on Friday 20 September on franceinfo Arnaud de Belloy, CEO of Herta France. Why this sudden rise in price ? This is the consequence of the swine fever that afflicts this moment in China, as well as purchases chinese that cause a rise in world prices.

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According to Arnaud de Belloy, the global "rise to the production of very important way, they have risen 45% since the beginning of the year. Necessarily they will eventually ascend to the level of hams, sausages. It is impossible to do otherwise", to the prices of sales a-t-he explained.

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This increase "between 5% and 15% is going to depend on the increase in raw materials. The companies of sausages are caught in a vice with the rise of prices, they are obliged to pass, their prices and their costs," warned the CEO of Herta France, which insists : " there is no reason it drop for the moment as there is a lack huge. There is a considerable decrease of the production in China. The country was 54 million tons, it will decrease by 12 million, and without a doubt, the total drop will be 20 million, so it is huge. There is a huge need for the China of animal protein and pork."

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Updated Date: 24 September 2019, 00:00

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