|« Previous month||Next month »|
31-Oct-2012 - American financial analysts have warned that meat producers and processors are losing business as the impact of Hurricane Sandy, one of the worst storms to batter America, continues to cripple the eastern seaboard.
31-Oct-2012 - Mediterranean fever (brucellosis) is spreading rapidly through the southern regions of Russia, infecting both livestock and humans.
31-Oct-2012 - KFC UK & Ireland has made new commitments to sustainable sourcing after coming under pressure from Greenpeace over its packaging.
31-Oct-2012 - The Canadian pork industry could lose a considerable amount of its production this year, with potential economic losses of CA$13.4bn, industry representatives have warned.
30-Oct-2012 - 3M Food Safety has received US validation for a testing kit that allows processors to monitor levels of the fatal food bug Listeria.
30-Oct-2012 - Burger King (BKW) saw profits fall during the third quarter of 2012, with total revenues down 25.8% to $451.1m as a result of refranchising, the company reported yesterday.
30-Oct-2012 - UK exporter GPS Food Group has launched a new meat export catalogue to help increase sales in Europe, Asia, Africa and the Caribbean.
30-Oct-2012 - Russia and China are to create a joint enterprise for reindeer meat processing, which will be the largest in Russia and has the potential to become the largest in the world.
29-Oct-2012 - Danish pig producers have announced they are confident of being ready in time for the EU’s partial ban on the use of sow stalls. According to the latest estimates from Denmark, the industry claims around 85% of its farmers are already keeping pregnant sows in group systems.
29-Oct-2012 - Canada is considering introducing “warning labels” on tenderised beef in the wake of the recent huge E.coli scare, according to local news reports.
29-Oct-2012 - Some of Europe’s leading food companies were recognised for their contribution towards raising animal welfare standards at an award ceremony in Paris last week.
29-Oct-2012 - New European Union (EU) rules on animal welfare, applicable from January 2013, might affect the quality of EU-made poultry meat, a spokesman for a major Dutch poultry producer has told an international conference in Brussels on the protection of animals in slaughterhouses.
26-Oct-2012 - Irish meat processor ABP Food Group has launched a new premium burger range aimed at the export market.
26-Oct-2012 - Turkey is the fastest growing sector of the Russian livestock industry and is forecast to increase by 133% by 2020, according to industry experts.
26-Oct-2012 - Global meat production is slowing down as a result of disease outbreaks and adverse weather conditions, according to a new report from the Worldwatch Institute.
26-Oct-2012 - Europe could be isolating itself from the world food market and risking food security by refusing to adopt new technologies, a leading figure in the US meat industry has warned.
25-Oct-2012 - Scottish pork is proving increasingly popular in Europe, according to the head of marketing for Quality Meat Scotland (QMS).
25-Oct-2012 - The European Union’s (EU) Council of Ministers for agriculture has upheld a ban on EU meat producers using the growth-promoting drug ractopamine and on the import of meat from cattle treated with it.
25-Oct-2012 - English beef and lamb exports are performing well in Europe despite a challenging market, but industry leaders insist the future focus must be on Russia and China.
25-Oct-2012 - Despite government measures to support livestock production, the Ukrainian meat industry is still in crisis, according to recently published production data.
24-Oct-2012 - Excessive levels of fat in Russian meat products are making them dangerous to human health, a report by Russian medics has claimed.
24-Oct-2012 - A proposal from the Ukraine government to raise its import tariffs on all kinds of meat and poultry would hit European Union (EU) pork meat exports to the country, the claims secretary general of the European Livestock and Meat Trading Union (UECBV) has claimed.
24-Oct-2012 - Two companies in the US have recalled ground beef products that may be contaminated with E.coli.
24-Oct-2012 - Beef prices in the EU are likely to remain at high levels for the foreseeable future, due to high feed costs and uncertainty about the new Common Agricultural Policy 2014-2020 (CAP) and the dairy quota abolition in 2015.
24-Oct-2012 - The amount of money spent on milk, eggs and meat in India has doubled over five years with supply shortages driving up prices and general food inflation.
|« Previous month||Next month »|
With rising prices and complex supply chains putting the meat industry at increasing risk of food fraud,...
One of the biggest concerns for the global meat industry is animal health. Diseases can devastate livestock...
China is a potentially valuable market for meat exporters, but negotiating market access can be tricky. Matt...
Process Expo 2013 was held at McCormick Place exhibition centre in Chicago, Illinois. Held every other year,...
US meat safety is in a state of upheaval after some unsettling revelations regarding new procedures employed...
Anuga 2013 proved a huge success with visitors from across the globe flocking to see the latest...
Technical Director, Archer Daniels Midland Company
Export opportunities for the UK red meat industry are growing, but are still hampered by supply issues...