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African swine fever pushes pork prices up in Slovenia

Ljubljana, 24 November - Although no case of African swine fever has been recorded in Slovenia, pork prices in the country have risen by 10-12% this year as a serious outbreak of the disease in Asia has made global pork prices skyrocket. Slovenian meat producers believe the 10-12% rise will not suffice to cover the constantly rising producer price of pork.

Gornja Radgona
No African swine fever in Slovenia yet, but the contagious disease is spreading from eastern Europe towards the west.
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