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UK media stories on Brazilian poultry have prompted Russia's sanitary service to instruct its regional offices to restrict imports from the country.
The decision by Vion to exit its processing operations throughout the UK sent shockwaves throughout the industry. A year on from that announcement, and with the dust finally starting to...
Market dynamics will have to change if the Scottish red meat processing sector is going to survive and thrive into the future, meat leaders have warned.
New national origin labelling rules for pork, sheep, goat and poultry meat made in the European Union (EU) could reduce the trade in meat products between the 28 EU countries,...
Meat bosses in New Zealand are reporting a fall of 4.7% in the country’s lamb crop, compared with last spring.
The consequences of free global trade within the pig industry will be one the topics under scrutiny at a conference in the UK next year.
Russia is considering the possibility of implementing a total ban on beef imports from Australia after recent lab tests on the meat revealed the presence of ractopamine and trenbolone, the...
ABP Food Group has acquired a second production facility in Western Poland to increase its production capacity in the country.
The post-mortem inspection of pigs across the European Union (EU) is to change from next year to omit currently required palpations and incisions. This follows European Union (EU) agriculture ministers...
European bosses are proposing a ban on animal cloning across the union as well as a ban on the food from animal clones.
A series of networking opportunities are being planned for visitors to the International Production and Processing Expo in Atlanta early next year.
The United Nations’ Food & Agriculture Organisation (FAO) has called for a comprehensive and global response from governments to limit the potential of the world’s growing meat and livestock sector...
The European Union’s (EU’s) agricultural industry organisation has warned that newly proposed reforms to EU air quality rules could harm Europe’s livestock sector.
US livestock prices are expected to remain strong next year, according to the latest data from The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA).
Ukraine’s meat exports rose by almost 60% year-on-year in the first 10 months of 2013.
Australian frozen beef exports to South Korea hit their highest level since March 2011 in November, according to Meat and Livestock Australia.
The European Commission is to consult with ministers and MEPs on whether to draft a law insisting that such information must be included on all food products using meat as...
Australian lamb exports are forecast to break the 200,000-tonne (t) mark for the first time ever this year, hitting a total value of AU$1.2bn.
The International Meat Trade Association (IMTA) has welcomed the striking of a new global trade deal by the World Trade Organization (WTO), which should ease import and customs procedures that...
Drugs company Sanofi Pasteur has denied any culpability in the latest horsemeat scandal to hit Europe, which has seen 21 people arrested in the south of France.
India’s biggest retailer Reliance Industries has stopped offering all meat products, claiming their sale at dedicated non-vegetarian ‘Delight’ branded stores made some customers “hesitant to shop” at all its outlets...
UK canned meat manufacturer Prices increased sales by 15% in the year to March 31, with profits up 30%.
Russian poultry meat producer Evrodon has announced plans to build one of the country’s largest duck meat production complexes near the Russian capital and the main sales market.
The American meat industry has welcomed the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) Food Safety and Inspection Service’s (FSIS) newly introduced ‘Salmonella Action Plan’.
Pork meat producers stand to benefit from the comprehensive free trade agreements the European Union (EU) has signed with Georgia and Moldova at the end of November.
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