The best chicken and duck producers and sellers in Georgia have announced plans to stop selling their products online, which has raised questions about how online shoppers can verify the products they buy.
Live poultry farm companies are trying to find a solution, but they are struggling to find people willing to buy their products.
Many live poultry producers are trying a new method of sourcing their poultry products, such as through online stores.
But many of those online suppliers have a reputation for selling counterfeit chicken and ducks.
Georgia poultry farmers are worried the new methods of sourcing could result in customers coming into the store to purchase counterfeit products.
They are also concerned about how people will verify products on the websites, which they believe will be a more lucrative market.
“It’s very hard to sell the products that we produce,” said Wayne Smith, owner of Live Poultry Farm in the Atlanta suburb of Marietta.
“The people that we are selling it through, we don’t want to sell it.
I think the risk of fraud is much higher than what people would see online.”
Smith says he hopes the new online approach will help him sell more live poultry and duck products to Georgia consumers.
“We’re going to have to have a lot more effort to educate people and get them more information about the product,” he said.
“I just think we need to do everything we can to educate consumers,” Smith said.