Ethiopia: Ethiopia's Demand for Chicken Meat is Expected to Grow

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Ethiopia’s annual chicken meat production is currently about 50,000 metric tons, with yearly imports of about 1,000 metric tons. The country’s chicken industry, which is still in its infancy, holds considerable potential for growth, especially when considering that average per capita poultry consumption of 0.5 kg is among the lowest in the world. By comparison, per capita consumption in Sub-Saharan Africa is 2.3 kg.

Ethiopia: Ethiopia's Demand for Chicken Meat is Expected to Grow

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