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.
US-based Hans Kissle Company has recalled more than 6,000lbs (2,721kg) of ready-to-eat chicken, as a possible processing flaw raised concerns that bacterial pathogens may be present in the meat.
Iceland’s lamb farmers are promoting the unique nature of their meat products, in a bid to cope with falling local meat prices caused by overproduction and declining exports.
Meat & Livestock Australia (MLA) has launched its new lamb marketing campaign.
The predominantly meat-eating communities in the Muslim-majority Kashmir valley in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir has become a significant market for Indian meat and livestock producers from outside...
Japan's long-held tradition of celebrating Christmas with KFC has lifted poultry farmers after the industry culled half a million birds in November and December 2016 following a bird flu outbreak.
Texas-based healthy meal and snack business Perfect Fit Meals has recalled over 3,000 pounds (lb) of chicken breast products due to misbranding and undeclared ingredients.
Clean and ethical labels alongside intelligent packaging and the demand for organic produce are some of the key trends likely to dominate the food industry this year.
One of the world’s largest ostrich meat processors, Klein Karoo, says a decision to launch industry-leading technology across its operations has brought “huge benefits” by simplifying traceability.
Ingredients manufacturer Kemin has launched an organic, vinegar-based ingredient to prolong the shelf-life of various meat products.
Kazakhstan may become one of the largest organic meat exporters in Asia, establishing export supplies of up to 360,000 tonnes (t) of organic beef and lamb per year, primarily to...
Large meat producers in Japan are eyeing the ready meal sector as a key income stream following increased demand for such products.
Russia’s Cherkizovo Group is building Europe’s largest, automated meat processing plant for the production of raw smoked sausages, Vladislav Belyaev, Cherkizovo’s head of IT, has confirmed.
After a 12-year hiatus in Thai poultry exports to South Korea, triggered by a bird flu outbreak in 2004, exporters are targeting growth in one of Asia’s largest consumer markets.
Hilton Food Group is to expand its Australian presence with the announcement that it is to construct a new meat processing facility in Queensland.
3D printed meat technology could be the “next big advancement” for the protein industry, according to a research paper published by Meat and Livestock Australia (MLA).
Essentia Protein Solutions has expanded its ProBase ingredients range for the second time in two months with the launch of organic chicken ingredients.
The foundation for a Weng Fat Poultry site in Skenderaj, Kosovo has been laid.
The Australian Agricultural Company (AACo) has signalled its intent to move into the high-quality beef market, with aspirations for global exports.
‘Clean meat’ producer Memphis Meats has launched a community-building campaign to help extend awareness about its mission to “build a better meat”.
The Canadian pork industry has welcomed restored access to the Argentinian market which could be worth $16 million (m) annually.
A leading pig breeder from China is launching European-style premium cured ham products to shield it from future falls in hog prices.
One of China’s leading poultry firms is training its eyes on the premium French market.
The meat industry should welcome the new consumer trend for flexitarian diets, according to ingredients suppliers Hydrosol.
Hybu Cig Cymru – Meat Promotion Wales (HCC) made significant progress in improving Welsh meat exports to Asia, as a branch of its Welsh Lamb Club was founded in Hong...
Buffalo burgers should be considered a healthy and alternative option to the classic beef variety. That is the message being emphasised by Indian processor Allanasons Private Limited at Gulfood Manufacturing this...