POULTRY Association of Zambia (PAZ) executive manager Dominic Chanda has attributed the reduction and stability in prices of chicken and other poultry commodities to gains recorded in the Kwacha. A check by News Diggers in some parts of Lusaka found most traders selling their chicken between K85 and K100. In an interview, Thursday, Chanda predicted continued price stability into the festive season. “The adequate supply of chicken on the market, adequate supply of eggs on the market, this is mainly attributed to one factor – the strengthening of the kwacha against the dollar. [It] has reduced the export demand for our products, so most of the producers and suppliers have resorted into the domestic market [hence] the stability in the…...

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