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(From Agence France Presse)
Indian poultry product exports shot up last month to nearly a third of the annual average as importers turned to the country because it was untouched by the bird flu ravaging other Asian nations, an industry official said.
"Our exports have crossed one billion rupees (22 million dollars) in the last one month against an average of 3.40 billion rupees annually...," said O.P. Singh, chief executive officer of leading poultry products manufacturer Venkateshwara Hatcheries.
However, "domestic consumption is falling," he said on Saturday.
"People in India are not eating chicken even as the world buys from us as our …