LEA Sees Rise In Demand For Eggs


Local Enterprise Authority (LEA) has predicted an increase demand in eggs locally from 110 million to 129 million per annum, something that would create opportunities for both existing and new entrants in the table egg production market.

The Agency noted in a recent study that the introduction of table eggs in the primary schools feeding menu suggests that all districts will have an increased demand and therefore opportunities would arise.

“LEA has carried out the study on the primary schools feeding programme with the main objective being to compile market information for the support of local SMMEs in response to the revised menu,” it said.

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