13-May-2013 - Technology from the medical arena is being adapted for the meat sector by the Danish Meat Research Insitute.
13-May-2013 - Adapting technology used in the poultry sector could help save costs and labour in the pork processing market, according to an equipment manufacturer.
13-May-2013 - Globalmeatnews.com spoke to IFFA 2013 director of brand management, Ina Stoltze, about this year's show and what it said about the health of the global meat industry, as well as plans for IFFA 2016.
13-May-2013 - A global player in the packaging sector said it was bucking the general trend and reporting solid growth and was now expanding operations out of its traditional heartland, its leaders informed visitors to the IFFA trade fair in Frankfurt.
13-May-2013 - Perten Instruments is moving more heavily into the meat arena with a range of products for NIR analysis of meat products.
10-May-2013 - A leading slicing business was on hand at IFFA to offer people insight into its latest technology, which it claimed provided more precise control and less waste.
09-May-2013 - Provisur has acquired the assets of German technology company MultiTec GmbH & Co. KG, expanding its global technology, sales, service and manufacturing base.
08-May-2013 - ‘Humanoids’ replacing human beings on meat processing lines could be possible within three years, and the director of Japanese automated de-boning robotics company Mayekawa is set on it becoming reality.
07-May-2013 - German exports of food processing machinery grew last year, according to figures from the German Food Processing and Packaging Machinery Association (VDMA).
09-Apr-2013 - Avure Technologies has announced plans to open a new high-pressure processing (HPP) technology manufacturing facility in the US.
08-Feb-2013 - A global provider of food processing equipment has announced the appointment of a new vice-president of global product management for the company.
07-Feb-2013 - Poultry companies looking to recover more profit from their carcases were being offered a unique new system by Bettcher Industries at the International Production & Processing Expo in Atlanta.
06-Feb-2013 - A steel conveyor manufacturer is leading a fight back against the plastic competition in a bid to remind industry of the benefits of metal.
05-Feb-2013 - Two equipment companies were on hand to offer a “harsh reality check” to meat processors at a recent trade show in Atlanta.
05-Feb-2013 - Slicing specialist Grote used the International Production & Processing Expo as the platform to launch the latest addition to its slicer range.
04-Feb-2013 - A leading lighting provider is hoping to expand its operations into the meat sector by offering what it claims is the first specialist LED lighting system for product inspection within meat plants.
06-Nov-2012 - Processors from around the world were given an exclusive insight into the latest technology on offer from leading machinery supplier Marel recently.
21-Sep-2012 - Meat packaging company Atlantis-Pak, which has branches in Russia, the US and the Ukraine, has appointed Igor Perepletchikov as its director general.
15-May-2012 - Dutch slaughter line supplier NAWI has signed a strategic co-operation contract with Nijhuis Warer Technology to provide efficient abattoir solutions to the international meat market.
04-May-2012 - Chemical specialist Hawkins was at the American Meat Institute (AMI) show in Dallas to demonstrate its latest developments in the fight against bacteria.
03-May-2012 - Processing parts specialist Thomas Precision is hoping to expand further into the international market with the development of innovative coating technology.
04-Apr-2012 - Meat suppliers looking to step up to the global stage were being offered the latest in inspection technology by Eagle Product Inspection at Anuga FoodTec.
04-Apr-2012 - Organisers behind Anuga FoodTec 2012 have declared the show the most successful to date, with visitor numbers rocketing by 25%.
30-Mar-2012 - Brazilian processing giant Marfrig has launched a 'water footprint' project to monitor water usage in the production chain and improve sustainability and efficiency.
18-Jan-2012 - Canada’s Agriculture Union has called on the food industry to oppose plans by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) to scale back on meat inspections.
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