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FSIS sends proposal to modernise US poultry inspection for review

A proposed rule to modernise the system for US poultry inspection has been sent from the United Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) to the Office of...

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GlobalMeatNews Meat World Cup - Brazil v US

Following the quarter finals of the GlobalMeatNews Meat World Cup, the competition is hotting up as we move into the semi-finals, where the winning teams from the last round are...

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GlobalMeatNews Meat World Cup reaches semi-final stage

Following the quarter finals of the GlobalMeatNews Meat World Cup, the competition is hotting up as we move into the semi-finals, where the winning teams from the last round are...

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Australian red meat industry expectant on benefits of JAEPA

The Australian red meat industry has said it expects to realise significant benefits from the signing of the Japan-Australia Economic Agreement (JAEPA) in Canberra this week.

US sees rise in pork and beef exports, but a fall for lamb

The United States Meat Export Federation (USMEF) has reported "strong momentum" for US beef and pork exports, but admitted lamb exports "continue to struggle".

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GlobalMeatNews Meat World Cup quarter finals - Argentina v USA

Following the second round of the GlobalMeatNews Meat World Cup, the competition is hotting up as we move into the quarter-finals, where the winning teams from the last round are...

US meat body hosts sustainability awareness in South Korea

The United States Meat Export Federation (USMEF) has reported progress in animal welfare and sustainability awareness in South Korea.

Poultry prices on growth curve

Global poultry prices are taking off, leading to improved profitability for the global poultry industry, according to Rabobank.

Global beef market prices forecast to strengthen

The global beef market is set to regain its positive momentum in the third quarter of the year once the current high supply has worked its way through the system,...

US could lift Welsh Lamb ban

The ban on Welsh Lamb exports to the USA could be lifted, with secretary of state Owen Paterson currently in negotiations in Washington.

Kazakhstan seeks to transform beef export industry

Kazakhstan’s promising beef industry is trying to create its own breeder herds, with a plan to import as many as 10,000 Angus and Hereford cows from the US and Australia,...

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GlobalMeatNews Meat World Cup - USA v South Korea

Following the group stage of the GlobalMeatNews Meat World Cup, we are now in the second round, where the winning teams from the last round are going head-to-head in terms...

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Consumers need educating on meat, says Canada Beef

Canadian consumers are in a "meat muddle" and do not know what to do with meat, either buying it or cooking it, delegates to the World Meat Congress were told....

Good year ahead for pig and poultry industries, claims Gira

Pig and poultry producers are likely to be facing a good year, as long as they are unaffected by disease, according to a leading market analyst.

Rising prices hit demand for pork in the Customs Union

Demand for pork in Russia and Belarus has dropped following a rapid growth in prices, according to data from local statistics services.

Rabobank highlights growth opportunity for meat in Asia

The meat markets are rapidly changing, and nowhere more so than China, the World Meat Congress in Beijing was told.

GlobalMeatNews Meat World Cup – Group G

Today is the seventh day of our special GlobalMeatNews Meat World Cup and this time it is Group G’s turn to go head-to-head in terms of poultry meat production stats....

Hong Kong expands market access for US beef

The United States has agreed a deal with Hong Kong, which will see an expanded range of US beef and beef products eligible for export to the region.

US welcomes beef supply deals from Europe

Irish and Dutch beef looks to set to enter the US market following audits that are expected to take place over the next month.

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Hillshire Brands withdraws recommendation on Pinnacle Foods purchase

Chicago-based US firm Hillshire Brands has announced that its board of directors has unanimously decided to withdraw its recommendation to acquire Pinnacle Foods.

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First licensed vaccine approved for PEDv

The United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA’s) Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) has issued a conditional licence to an Iowan firm for a vaccine that may help in...

Tariff elimination is pushed on NZ visit to US

The chief executive of Beef + Lamb New Zealand was keen to focus talks with fellow US associations on the elimination of trade tariffs as part of the Trans-Pacific Partnership...

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USMEF explores opportunities in West Africa

The US Meat and Export Federation (USMEF) has been exploring the opportunities available for the export of red meat to West Africa.

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Success claimed for international pork show

With more than 20,000 visitors from 32 countries, the 2014 World Pork Expo has been declared a success, organisers have claimed.

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Cargill’s sows to move to group housing by end of 2015

Cargill has announced that its company-owned facilities for sows will be 100% group housing by the end of 2015.