Danish Crown claims Brexit readiness

Danish Crown claims Brexit readiness

By Aidan Fortune

Red meat producer Danish Crown has claimed it is ready for the UK’s exit from the EU regardless of the form it takes.


Cutting meat consumption may cause ‘serious harm’, academics warn

By Oliver Morrison

There is a lack of robust evidence to confirm link between meat eating as part of a healthy diet and the development of Western diseases, according to a paper that contends there are a wide range of benefits delivered by meat that are not always easily...

Does lab meat answer our changing attitudes to animal protein?

Are our attitudes to meat changing?

By Natasha Spencer

As we see a shift towards ‘clean’, ‘cultured’ and ‘lab-grown’ meat, what does this mean for the popularity of traditional meat consumption? Has the new meat revolution really taken off? And is it the end of meat as we know it today? We take a look with...

Labour issues continue to hit meat industry

Labour shortages continue to hinder the meat industry

By Aidan Fortune

The labour shortage in the meat industry continues to work its way around the globe, with numerous markets attempting to attract staff and prevent a downturn caused by a lack of workforce.

The Scottish red meat industry is under significant pressure

Scottish beef industry under threat

By Aidan Fortune

Scottish beef producers are fighting back against livestock and price pressures that are placing the industry’s future in jeopardy.

AHDB looks to Asia for new opportunities

AHDB looks to Asia for new opportunities

By Aidan Fortune

British businesses are being encouraged to consider Asia as a target market in a new report by the UK's Agriculture & Horticulture Development Board (AHDB).

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