All news articles for February 2020

Progress made on ASF genome mapping

Progress made on ASF genome mapping

By Aidan Fortune

Scientists from The Pirbright Institute in the UK have worked with University College London (UCL) to map the expression of genes across the entire African Swine Fever (ASF) virus genome.

NAMI talks sustainability pressures for processors - LISTEN

NAMI talks sustainability pressures for processors - LISTEN

By Aidan Fortune

At the recent International Production & Processing Expo (IPPE) in Atlanta, GlobalMeatNews caught up with North American Meat Institute vice president of sustainability Eric Mittenthal to discuss the challenges facing producers in this area.

US-UK chlorinated chicken row escalates

US-UK chlorinated chicken row escalates

By Aidan Fortune

The debate over chlorinated chicken has increased following a lack of assurance from the UK Government that the process won’t remain banned.

Brazilian beef welcomed back into the US

Brazilian beef welcomed back into the US

By Aidan Fortune

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) have re-opened US doors to Brazilian beef following a 20-month suspension.

Systech acquired by Dover. Photo: Systech

Systech to join Markem-Imaje following Dover acquisition

By Jenny Eagle

Dover Corporation has acquired Systech International (Systech), which will now join Markem-Imaje, product identification and traceability business, as part of Dover’s Imaging and Identification segment.

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