Analysis

The processed meat debate

analysis

Why are processed meats given such a bad name?

By Ashley Williams

When you sit down to demolish a bacon or sausage sandwich in the morning, it’s very unlikely that you are thinking of the consequences it is having on your body.

Australian cattle slaughtering drops

Cattle and lamb meat slaughters drop in Australia

By Michelle Perrett

Cattle and lamb meat slaughters were down while goat and sheep meat increased in 2017, The Australian red meat and livestock industry State of the Industry Report 2018 has revealed.

ASF indirectly impacting poultry market

Global poultry market facing challenges

By Aidan Fortune

The growing incidents of African Swine Fever (ASF) across the globe could have a knock-on effect on the international poultry market.

Poultry market driven by Asian growth

Asia driving global poultry growth

By Aidan Fortune

With poultry predicted to become the most consumed meat in the world in the next few years, where will this growth come from?

Battle against ASF goes global

analysis

Global battle against ASF steps up a gear

By Aidan Fortune

Epidemic may be too strong a word, but African Swine Fever (ASF) is spreading across the world and nobody’s quite sure how to stop it.

Japan becomes biggest US export market

Japan becomes biggest US export market

By Kathryn Wortley, in Tokyo

Japan is now the United States’ leading export market for beef, in value and volume, and largest market for pork exports in value, according to 2017 trade data released by the US Department of Agriculture (USDA).

US beef and pork exports to Japan grow

US beef and pork exports grow in January

By Aidan Fortune

US exports of beef and pork for January grew year-on-year, bolstered by growing sales in the Japanese market, according to data released by USDA and compiled by USMEF.

Of chlorinated chickens and hormone beef

OPINION

Of chlorinated chickens and hormone beef

By Jean-Pierre Garnier

Amongst the cacophony of Brexit opinions, there is at least a consensus across the political spectrum that the “high standards” of British food must not be compromised.

Czech Republic posts record meat imports in 2017

Czech Republic posts record meat imports in 2017

By Jaroslaw Adamowski

The Czech Republic imported a record amount of meat in 2017, valued at CZK 28 billion (€1.1 billion), four times more than when the country joined the EU in 2004, according to local industry association.

India on the rise to become top bovine meat exporter

India on the rise to become top bovine meat exporter

By Keith Nuthall

Major shifts in the power of exporting countries within the meat and livestock sector in the past decade have been identified in new statistical analysis released by the World Trade Organisation (WTO).