All news articles for January 2016

Interroll's latest drives are easy to control and clean, supporting high hygiene standards

IPPE 2016

Interroll on a roll with hygienic belt drive

By Rod Addy

Interroll was promoting its latest range of hygienic belt drives at the International Production & Processing Expo (IPPE) 2016 at the Georgia World Congress Centre in Atlanta from January 26-28.

The Edge system controls a range of environmental conditions in poultry houses

IPPE 2016

Cumberland Poultry gives producers the Edge

By Rod Addy

Cumberland Poultry has launched an advanced Edge control system designed to manage all operations of poultry production facilities at the International Production Processing and Packaging Expo (IPPE) 2016.

Experts have said the amount of meat in Russian sausages is decreasing

Quality crisis in Russia’s sausage market

By Vladislav Vorotnikov

Russian sausage manufacturers are gradually decreasing the quality of their products in a bid to constrain production costs, according to a report from St Petersburg consumer protection organisation Public Control.

Barentz International has announced a new venture with Future Way Holdings

Barentz sets up joint venture in Iran

By Oscar Rousseau

The Dutch food ingredients company Barentz International has announced a joint venture with Future Way Holdings in Iran to accelerate growth in the country. 

JBS chairman Joesley Batista charged with “crimes against the financial system”

JBS chairman accused of financial crimes

By Oscar Rousseau

Shares in the Brazilian meat company JBS have hit a 15-month low, coinciding with reports that senior figures, including the chairman Joesley Batista, have been accused of financial crimes regarding loan payments made to related companies in 2011.

JBS says US lamb offered 'limited' growth opportunities

Mountain States Lamb buys JBS plant

By Oscar Rousseau

The Mountain States Lamb Cooperative (MSLC) has revealed it paid $8.5m for a meat processing plant, previously owned by the Brazilian company JBS. 

Demand for pork in China is expected to exceed supply, say AHDB Pork

EU pig market propped up by China

By Oscar Rousseau

Europe’s beleaguered pig meat market has seen prices fall to its lowest level in a decade, but the sector has capitalised on exports to China, claims AHDB Pork’s market trends report.

Eagle's x-ray system can run fat analysis on meat products

Eagle brings out pipeline X-ray machine

By Oscar Rousseau

Eagle Product Inspection has created a pipeline X-ray system that it claims can help firms optimise production rates, while complying with safety standards. 

Andrew 'Reidy' Reid speaks to an Australian cattle farmer about biodiversity

Australia’s #GoodMeat campaign returns

By Oscar Rousseau

Meat and Livestock Australia (MLA) has kick-started its popular #GoodMeat social media campaign to educate consumers on traceability, biodiversity, animal welfare and climate change.