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Australian beef exports will continue to gain pace over the rest of the year, boosted by drought, emerging market demand and a more favourable currency, according to Meat and Livestock...
Belarus has staged a meeting to discuss the control of African Swine Fever (ASF) with neighbouring countries Russia and Ukraine.
US meat giant Cargill has become the first major processor to receive government certification for its beef tenderness programme.
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has proposed new laws to improve the safety of imported food.
The UK government has published a new report calling for meat consumption to be moderated in order to reduce the environmental impact of food and boost health.
A Dutch scientist will serve up the world’s first test-tube burger in London next month.
The horsemeat scandal continues to have an impact on consumer purchasing habits in Ireland, and has dented consumer confidence in the food industry, according to new research released by the...
Chinese and global animal health experts have visited a live poultry market, which has implemented a new management model aimed at improving biosecurity to prevent animal disease.
Meat was the major driver behind an increase in Irish food and drink exports this year, according to Irish food board Bord Bía.
Australian live exports increased significantly in May, according to the latest data from Meat and Livestock Australia.
A coalition of US, Canadian and Mexican meat industry organisations are seeking a preliminary injunction to delay implementation of US country-of-origin labelling (COOL) legislation.
Russia’s biggest poultry production regions have reported multi-million-dollar losses in the first six months of 2013.
Mexico has opened its market to chicken and eggs from Brazil, according to the Brazilian authorities.
Meat has been identified as a major source of exposure to industrial chemical bisphenol A (BPA), which has been linked to health problems.
Canadian food safety officials have approved the country’s first ever certification label for 100% grass-fed meat.
Experts have warned that Russia could lose its pork export industry as the epidemic of African swine fever (ASF) in Russia continues to gain momentum, spreading to new regions of...
Australian animal welfare campaigners have reacted furiously to the findings of a government inquiry into the brutal slaughter of 20,000 sheep in Pakistan last year.
Zambeef Products will only deal in Zambian beef products and will stop all sale of imported beef, it was announced today (24 July).
US authorities have extended their review of meat processor Smithfield’s proposed merger with Chinese company Shuanghui.
An independent investigation into slaughter boxes used in Australia’s live export supply chains has concluded they are humane if used properly, the country’s agriculture ministry has announced.
A UK meat processor has announced more than 100 jobs are under threat following proposals to restructure one of its operations.
A man has been hospitalised in China after eating a “lamb skewer” laced with rat poison, sparking more fears about food contamination in the country.
Russian veterinary services are considering a total ban on imports of meat from Canada. The move follows a recent inspection, which revealed the use of ractopamine in Canadian meat processors...
The global pork market will improve in the second half of the year and into 2014, although prices will remain under pressure, according to the latest report from Rabobank.
Pakistani political and judicial authorities have taken action to slow the smuggling of cattle from Pakistan to Afghanistan and Iran, due to growing public discontent about the rising prices of...
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