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The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has completed its analysis of the health risks posed by meat, which will form the basis for the modernisation of meat inspection across the...
Two European retail chains have committed to sourcing all of their lamb from the UK, levy body Eblex has revealed.
UK beef and lamb levy body Eblex has called on the government for its “urgent” assistance in resolving market access issues in Russia.
An EU-wide survey on listeria monocytogenes in ready-to-eat foods has found that cooked meat products carry a relatively low risk of contamination, according to the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA).
UK authorities have banned an advert from an animal welfare organisation which claimed that eating meat has the same consequences for health as smoking.
World biofuel production has increased five times in less than a decade to more than 100bn litres/year, putting massive strain on food sustainability.
The active growth of beef exports from Belarus to Russia could lead to the complete displacement of South American beef on the local market, Russian experts have claimed.
Welsh red meat companies will be pitching products to Russia this week as they arrive in Moscow for export order deals.
Swedish food authorities have claimed that testing has proven meat producers are abiding by the country’s ban on growth promoters in livestock production.
Representatives of the European Parliament, the European Union (EU) governments and of the European Commission reached a deal today on how producer organisations can represent beef and veal producers under...
African Swine Fever (ASF) is posing a real danger to Russia’s pork industry as it continues to spread throughout the country, according to representatives of the Russian veterinary watchdog Rosselkhoznadzor....
The rate in which grocery prices are rising has slowed, according to the latest Irish supermarket share figures from Kantar Worldpanel for the 12 weeks ending 9 June.
The global halal meat market has reached $300bn in volume sales, according to the Halal Research Council (HRC).
Veterinary authorities in Belarus have confirmed there has been an outbreak of African Swine Fever in the country’s Grodno region.
Ukraine has lifted a temporary ban on pork imports from Brazil, according to Brazilian authorities.
European and Chinese health officials gathered in Shandong last week to discuss how China can tackle the spread of brucellosis in livestock.
Globalmeatnews.com speaks to Bernard Vallat, director general of the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) about challenges and victories in global animal disease control and food safety.
Representatives of the European Union (EU) institutions are working towards a final deal next week on how much of the EU agriculture subsidies should go towards maintaining meat and livestock...
The African Development Bank (AfDB) Group has approved a multi-million-dollar fund to finance the development of smallholder livestock production in Zambia.
US farmers have reacted with shock and disappointment to the House of Representative’s decision not to pass a five-year farm bill.
Proposed changes to EU legislation covering the food chain could see food processors front costs for official inspections, such as those faced by the meat industry.
Globalmeatnews.com spoke to director of the Food and Veterinary Office at the European Commission, Michael Scannell, about the proposed changes to EU food controls, which could see all food businesses...
The European Commission has told Greece to scrap a meat import levy system that diverts charges to a fund subsidising Greek farmers.
US animal health authorities have confirmed that low pathogenic avian influenza virus has been confirmed among chickens on a farm in Arkansas.
Members of the US Senate Agriculture Committee have called on the government to include food supply and safety experts in the review of the sale of pork processor Smithfield to...
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