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Iran to boost poultry exports

Iran to boost poultry exports

By Vladislav Vorotnikov, in Moscow

Iran plans to dramatically increase its volumes of poultry exports this year, according to industry experts.

Irradiation can help reduce bacterial growth in meat processing

Canadian beef body seeks irradiation approval

By Carina Perkins

Canada’s beef industry is renewing its push for the approval of irradiation in meat processing plants, which it claims could help reduce foodborne illness from ground beef.

ABP sells Silvercrest to Kepak

ABP sells Silvercrest to Kepak

By Nicholas Robinson

ABP Food Group has announced it is exiting the frozen burger market with the sale of the Irish processing plant which produced a burger containing 29.1% horsemeat.

US sees huge support for COOL

US sees huge support for COOL

By Nicholas Robinson

Massive support for the enforcement of country-of-origin labelling (COOL) rules has been felt in the US, after a 35,600 signature petition was sent to the US Department of Agriculture (USDA).

Horsemeat scandal continues in Baltic countries

Horsemeat scandal continues in Baltic countries

By Vladislav Vorotnikov and Carina Perkins

Horsemeat has again been discovered in beef by-products produced in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, with as much as 15% horsemeat found in some products. Previously, only traces of horse DNA had been detected in the region.

Avure opens new HPP facility in US

Avure opens new HPP facility in US

By Line Elise Svanevik

Avure Technologies has announced plans to open a new high-pressure processing (HPP) technology manufacturing facility in the US.

Carrefour tightens supply chain

Carrefour tightens supply chain

By Carina Perkins

As contamination scandals continue to rage through Europe, French supermarket giant Carrefour has announced a number of initiatives to improve the traceability and quality of its supply chains.

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