The British Pig Executive (BPEX) says it is putting quality as the foundation that it intends to rebuild export markets. BPEX chairman outlined the strategy yesterday at Anuga, Europe's biggest...
The UK's Red Meat Industry Forum has outlined what it sees as the future of the red meat industry.
Chilean bovine meat exports have made a 500 per cent increase on last years first half lifting exports to US$8.8 million, reports the Agrarian Studies and Policies Office (ODEPA).
A nine-strong party of English exporters is heading for Germany to give the UK's meat industry a much-needed boost. The nine are all attending Anuga, Europe's biggest food event. The...
Ukraine has agreed to start imports of US poultry following a two-year ban. The hard-fought settlement was reached after months of tough negotiations between the two nations.
The European Commission yesterday slammed a €138.4 million fine on four sorbate suppliers accused of operating a cartel in the 1990s.
Sweden's animal welfare programme should serve as a model for the rest of the EU, claims the Swedish Poultry Meat Association.
US president George Bush and Russian president Vladimir Putin have announced a ground-breaking agreement on the import and export of meat.
Market Advice has carried out an in-depth analysis of the Moscow sausage market, interviewing the sales and marketing departments of the top 20 traders of sausages & related products in...
Meat, sausage, game and poultry are at the heart of Anuga Meat, one of the sectors at Cologne-based global food fair Anuga.
Red meat production in the United States appears to be slowing, according to recent figures released by the USDA's National Agricultural Statistics Service.
Disheartened European commissioner Franz Fischler reflected on the failure of world trade talks in Mexico last week in reaching an agreement on agricultural trade reform.
Germany's third largest chemical company Degussa is to invest a massive €350 million in a new amino acid plant, representing the merged company's biggest single investment to date.
Progress made by the Red Meat Industry Forum (RMIF) in improving the future of the red meat supply chain is to be outlined at a major London conference in November.
French investors are looking to secure joint ventures in the Pakistani meat processing and packing industry. A delegation from ADEPTA met with the country's privatisation and investment minister.
The US is set to increase its investment in Bulgarian agriculture. This will establish better relations between the two countries and lift the ranking of the United States as an...
Scientist in the US claim to have developed a faster test for identifying mad cow disease which may even prove useful for the testing of livestock - a means which...
Meat processors in Japan have reported increased slaughter figures. According to Meat and Livestock Australia (MLA), Japanese beef plants processed over 107,000 cattle in July 2003.
Quality Meat Scotland (QMS) is to launch a nationwide campaign to promote Scotch lamb. The £200,000 UK-wide promotion is designed to stimulate Scottish sheep production.
The new Russian quota on US poultry imports is forcing US exporters to seek out new foreign markets.
Cremonini continued to improve its sales in the first half of 2003, helped by the diversified nature of its business.
The UK's National Beef Association (NBA) has demanded that the Livestock and Meat Commission for Northern Ireland (MLC) act to reverse low cattle prices affecting farmers in the province.
EU Agriculture Commissioner Franz Fischler has underlined the importance of the US and the EU working together to make the Doha Developing Agenda (DDA) a success.
The UK's Meat and Livestock Commission (MLC) has issued a warning that women with low intakes of iron are putting their health at risk.
A comprehensive review of future pig research requirements is to be carried out by the British Pig Executive (BPEX) in conjunction with a number UK industry bodies.