Morning North | Feb 22, 2013 | 5:16

Eat Local Sudbury crying fowl over chicken regulations

Eat Local Sudbury can't sell local chicken but wants that to change. Right now they are bringing in chicken from London Ontario. Peggy Baillie is the managing director of Eat Local Sudbury. She spoke about the challenges of bringing local chicken to the market.

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