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EU non-stun derogation system criticised

EU non-stun derogation system criticised

By Ed Bedington

A relaxed attitude to ritual slaughter in some EU member states has led to systematic slaughtering without stunning, regardless of consumer need, according to EU welfare experts.

Marketing NZ lamb in the UK

Focus on New Zealand

Marketing NZ lamb in the UK

By Carina Perkins

In a demanding UK market, flexibility and adapting product to meet changing consumer needs have been key for New Zealand lamb.

Rocky ride for NZ lamb

Focus on New Zealand

Rocky ride for NZ lamb

By Carina Perkins

With lamb supply dropping away, New Zealand has struggled to keep up with global demand and prices have soared, so is there a turnaround on the horizon?

Changing landscape for New Zealand exports

Focus on New Zealand

Changing landscape for New Zealand exports

By Carina Perkins

The EU is still New Zealand’s most important export market for chilled lamb, but the balance is shifting as the country opens up new avenues.

Veal slaughtering practices to be reviewed

Veal slaughtering practices to be reviewed

By Melodie Michel

The US Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) is pointing at slaughterhouse practices to explain the high percentages of ground veal contaminated with E.coli.

French industry responds on halal controversy

French industry responds on halal controversy

By Melodie Michel

The French cattle and meat industry association INTERBEV has released a statement to put an end to the political row started by far-right candidate Marine Le Pen on halal meat.

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