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Two Australian public transport companies have rejected a request from vegan group PETA to place an ad calling for a ban on live exports.
US food safety chiefs have issued new guidance on humane handling in a bid to improve the welfare of livestock during slaughter.
Australian shipments now account for nearly half of China’s red meat imports, which hit their second-highest volume on record in September.
Mexico’s poultry sector will invest more than MXN3m (US$232,913) next year in a bid to modernise the country’s production and processing infrastructure.
The global food equipment and technology show Process Expo will take place in Chicago, Illinois on 3-6 November this year.
Polish experts have claimed that the ban on meat exports from Poland to Russia was caused by the actions of a number of other European countries, which are regularly supplying sub-standard...
Croatia’s meat sector has started reaping the benefits of the country’s European Union (EU) accession in June, with officials lodging papers to ensure EU geographical indication for the Baranjski ‘kulen’...
Russian veterinary watchdog Rosselkhoznadzor is strengthening the fight against foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) to prevent massive losses in the country’s livestock industry, according to head of the service Sergei Dankvert.
The European Union’s (EU) food and feed safety rapid alert network (RASFF) has warned of continued detections of salmonella contamination in imported meat and meat products across Europe.
Meat processing equipment manufacturer Marel will open a new training and demonstration facility near Copenhagen in Denmark on 7 November.
A US food processor has issued a huge recall of chicken, ham and beef products over fears they could be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes.
OSI Group is set to become the biggest value-added meat processor in Asia after opening two more plants in China, bringing its total number of facilities in the country to 10.
US meat processors could face squeezed margins in the near future, according to analysis from Meat and Livestock Australia (MLA).
A UK-based processor has found itself at the heart of a blazing pan-European row over the labelling of its processed meat products.
Russia could become more open to meat imports than ever before following the sudden departure of the country’s chief sanitary inspector Gennady Onishchenko, according to experts.
US beef exports continued to increase through August, while pork exports held their ground, according to the latest export figures.
A US study has claimed that one in three people have a gene that increases their risk of developing colorectal cancer from eating red or processed meat.
A row has broken out in the US over the progress made on addressing the public health, environment and animal welfare issues related to livestock production.
Active packaging components developer and producer Multisorb Technologies has announced it will be exhibiting at this year’s Process Expo in Chicago.
Another man has fallen ill with avian influenza H7N9 in China, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has confirmed.
Australian welfare activists have hit out against a government decision to fund research into building a sheep abattoir in Indonesia.
Despite Namibia experiencing its worst drought in 30 years, beef and cattle producers’ prospects have improved, with a recent relaxation of cross-border trade laws with Angola.
Russia’s largest meat producer Miratorg has revealed plans to significantly increase exports of meat to markets in south-east Asia in coming years.
A UK-based upmarket retailer is planning to launch 10 new food stores in Paris, in conjunction with a French convenience store operator.
The prepared foods portion of Process Expo University, the educational programme of the Process Expo show in the US, has been released by the Food Processing Suppliers Association (FPSA).
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