lamb in abattoir© FLPA /John Eveson/Rex/Shutterstock
An abattoir and meat wholesaler based in Caernarfon has temporarily closed its doors, claiming there is a seasonal lack of lamb. Menai Meats Wales said it will close for six to eight weeks until there is enough lamb on offer to justify reopening the plant in the spring. The abattoir usually processes 10,000 sheep and 70 to 80 cattle a week, but manager Muhammad Ali said the plant had only been running at 30% capacity in recent weeks. See also: Retail […]
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