Bird’s nest prices soar after China lifts import ban


Workers processing bird's nest, that mostly involves cleaning out the feathers.

KUCHING: Buoyed by strong demand, domestic prices of bird’s nests have soared by over 30% in recent months breaking its six-year historical high.

According to Sarawak Bird’s Nest Suppliers Association secretary Colin Wong Chung Onn, prices of processed bird’s nests have surged between RM9,000 and RM10,000 per kg compared with the historical peak of RM7,000-RM7,500 per kg.

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