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France’s most recognisable butcher, Yves-Marie Le Bourdonnec has caused outrage among his French colleagues by claiming that the best beef in the world comes from England! GlobalMeatNews took a trip...
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Tight cattle and beef supplies were a continuing factor during Q4 of 2014, despite prices softening slightly on the preceding quarter, according to a new report by Rabobank.
US agriculture secretary Tom Vilsack has announced the new members appointed to the National Advisory Committee on Meat and Poultry Inspection (NACMPI) for the 2014-2016 term.
The current economic crisis in Russia may force the country’s largest meat operator - Cherkizovo - to cancel the implementation of major pork project in the Voronezh Oblast, according to...
Vacuum packaging specialists Sealpac has launched a new product, TraySkin xplus, which allows even larger products to be vacuum packed.
IT specialists CSB-System International has teamed up with factory automation firm AutoCoding Systems to allow knowledge sharing and growth for both companies.
A Norweigian robotics company has launched an "industrial robot" which can remove chicken meat from the carcase.
Mettler Toledo has launched a new metal detector, Profile Advantage, which it claims can reach detection levels only previously seen in dry inspections.
As 2014 draws to a close GlobalMeatNews looks back at some of the biggest international trade stories to make the headlines this year. From Russia’s ban on meat imports in...
US meat exporters are to launch inexpensive cuts of American corn-fed beef in the Taiwanese market, with demand for premium products being depressed by soaring prices for American beef, accompanied...
Russia intends to boost exports of poultry meat to countries in the Middle- and Far East next year, according to agriculture minister Nikolai Fyodorov.
A further two outbreaks of the highly pathogenic avian influenza strain H5N8 have been discovered in Germany.
International meat and poultry producer Tyson Foods has appointed a new leader to oversee the company’s "animal well-being efforts".
Beef producers in Uruguay are emerging as some of the most progressive and successful in Latin America with a universal system for electronically tracking cattle and a continued surge in...
Two new outbreaks of foot-and-mouth disease in pigs have been reported in South Korea by the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE).
Hybu Cig Cymru – Meat Promotion Wales (HCC) has welcomed the news that the quantity of New Zealand lamb available for export in 2015 is expected to be down.
Irish meat giant ABP Food Group has secured what it claims is the first beef deal with Japan for an Irish producer since 2000.
A recent deal between China and Australia, which could see one million cattle from Australia headed to China each year, has plenty of takers on the Chinese side.
McDonald’s has earned a censure from the Swedish advertising ombudsman, Reklamombudsmannen, which found fault with aspects of its advertising that suggested beef sold in its outlets is largely sourced in...
Perky Jerky – an American brand of turkey jerky - has been launched into Japan and South Korea.
To better protect its customers against foodborne illnesses, Walmart announced it is beefing up its poultry safety guidelines for US suppliers.
The continued impact of bird flu outbreaks and trade restrictions look set to dominate the poultry market next year, according to a new report by Rabobank.
Price may still be king in shaping American consumer demand for meat products, but its influence is waning as buyers seek more information on sourcing and preparation, according to key...
McDonald’s New Zealand has established two sustainable beef integration programmes, alongside Silver Fern Farms, ANZCO Foods and Beef + Lamb New Zealand (B+LNZ).
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