From raw commodity to added value meal solutions, and the equipment needed to make it all happen, everyone involved in the meat sector needs to keep up with the latest trends to stay one step ahead in business.
While beef is still the number one meat snack type consumed in the US, turkey jerky is the fastest growing, according to new research by market information company The NPD...
Bowman Ingredients is to make a multi-million pound investment in what it claims is the UK’s first dedicated production facility for gluten-free crumb products.
Irish pork processor O’Brien’s Fine Foods has overhauled the packaging on its range of dry-cured bacon, cooked hams, puddings and sausages.
US equipment firm Middleby Corporation has relaunched the Thurne brand with a new range of slicing systems.
The World Steak Challenge (WSC) is open for online entries, so if you believe you produce a top-quality steak then make sure you enter for the chance to be named...
A portable device that can detect major poultry infectious diseases, including avian influenza, has been launched in Singapore.
Russian veterinary body Rosselkhoznadzor has banned transit of US poultry, including poultry meat and products, on its territory over concerns about bird flu, according to the head of the organisation...
German meat firms are increasingly targeting vegan consumers, launching products tailored to that section of the market, according to organisers of global trade show Anuga.
Ukraine poultry giant MHP has unveiled large-scale five-year expansion plans.
Canadian consumers will have to get used to higher meat prices, Sylvain Charlebois, a professor at the University of Guelph’s Food Institute has claimed.
Australian beef-cattle prices are trading at record-high levels following strong demand especially from Asia, cattle owning company MP Evans said at its Annual General Meeting in London last week.
A new international competition, from the team behind GlobalMeatNews, launches today (5 June) - the World Steak Challenge.
Tomra Sorting Solutions has unveiled a new cold room in its test and demonstration centre, where customers can see first-hand their machines being tested.
Not enough is being done to promote awareness of the country of origin on New Zealand products, with the result that many overseas consumers are unaware that their meat originates...
Mandatory country of origin labelling (MCOOL) in the US has caused "substantial economic damage" to both the meat industry and consumers, a damning new report has claimed.
Singapore has increased the range of beef products it can import from the US.
Ingredients company Corbion has launched a new multifunctional meat ingredient which will be launched to the market at the IFT Annual Meeting & Food Expo, Chicago in July.
Australia’s push to re-define its agricultural produce under a unified name - ‘True Aussie’ that signifies products are clean, green and safe - is helping the country’s meat exporters, claim...
Denmark-based automation manufacturer Frontmatec, will provide an automated solution for new a cutting and deboning facility at a pig factory in Finland.
Denmark-based packaging firm Faerch Plast has announced international expansion plans.
US meat processor Hormel has told GlobalMeatNews how its planned $350 million plant in Jiaxing, Zhejiang province, will start making its SPAM processed meat for Chinese consumers by the end of 2016.
Smart packaging that detects gases emitted by rotting meat may soon be available, offering consumers far more accurate information than expiration dates.
A state-of-the-art beef processing facility is set to open in Canada this year, which its owners claim is the "first of its kind" in North America.
Videos looking at Australian beef farms have been produced by McDonald’s Japan to promote its burgers to customers, in an attempt to restore the fast food chain’s reputation.
An American biotech company claims to have developed a solution to help meet industry demand for antibiotic-free chicken.