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Meat preservation company Purac will be showcasing its new range of label-friendly ingredients at IFFA this year.
Hot topics at this year’s German exhibition IFFA will include sustainability in the meat industry.
Infrared food technology specialist NDC has claimed that improving processing efficiency can help meat businesses better prepare for the future in the current challenging market.
German exhibition IFFA is expecting 960 exhibitors from 47 countries, who will be showcasing their innovations to the international meat trade and professional public in Frankfurt.
The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has advised the European Union (EU) to launch a series of studies to help assess the risk of Rift Valley Fever being introduced to...
UK lamb slaughterings are likely to be around 7% lower in the coming 2013/14 season, due to adverse weather conditions hitting production hard, forecasters have warned.
A new US study has suggested that consuming foods rich in Omega-3 fatty acids and avoiding red meat could help preserve memory in later life.
Canada’s beef industry is renewing its push for the approval of irradiation in meat processing plants, which it claims could help reduce foodborne illness from ground beef.
Meat processing company Atria Group has recorded strong growth of €19.8m in its net sales for the first quarter of 2013.
China’s Premier has called for vigilance against the outbreak of H7N9 bird flu spreading across the country, as authorities and experts point to poultry markets as the most likely source....
Ukraine has partly lifted restrictions on imports of cattle and small ruminants from Europe, while Russia and Belarus have tightened restrictions over Schmallenberg virus fears.
The European Commission has announced a series of three-year spending programmes to help meat producers from around the European Union (EU) sell their products at home and abroad.
Troubled Europea meat processor Vion has announced plans to sell off its ingredients division.
Ukraine’s pork market volume is forecast to grow rapidly in the years ahead, following a rise in consumption levels, according to industry participants.
Food safety officials in the Netherlands are launching an investigation into the meat processing industry in the wake of the horsemeat scandal.
The American Society of Animal Science (ASAS) has hit back at a recent report which blamed the use of antibiotics in livestock for the rise of antibiotic-resistant bacteria
The US poultry industry has hit back at a report suggesting that chicken and ground beef are the biggest causes of serious illness in the US.
Australian beef exports to Russia have slowed despite a strengthening Russian economy, according to new data from Meat and Livestock Australia (MLA).
Australia and China have signed a new agriculture agreement to expand co-operation on science, investment and trade.
US meat processing giant Cargill is investing US$5.5m in new technology for its Hazleten meat packaging plant to improve efficiency and product quality.
The US Meat Export Federation (USMEF) stressed the importance of the US-Japanese economic relationship at a media briefing in Tokyo on Friday (19 April).
Belarus has banned poultry imports from the Netherlands due to reports of avian influenza (H7N7), implementing the same restrictions on the country as those in Russia and Kazakhstan.
The Ulster Farmers’ Union (UFU) has said there are still a number of “crucial” issues to be addressed in order to ensure a workable CAP for Northern Ireland.
US, Canadian and Mexican pork industry representatives have met to discuss common issues affecting the North American sector.
Equipment and solutions supplier to the meat and further processing industries Marel, will be showcasing its latest innovations at IFFA this year.
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