Safety & Legislation

Several French butcher shops have been stoned and vandalised with anti-meat graffiti

Vegan violence hits French butchers

By Ashley Williams

Butchers across France have written to the French Government calling for a police presence after allegedly accusing vegans over a string of vandalism incidents at their shops.

The pact aims to inform employees and stakeholders in Brazil of relevant anti-corruption laws

JBS pledges to public anti-corruption pact

By Ashley Williams

JBS has signed the Business Integrity and Anticorruption Pact, a public commitment undertaken by state-owned and private sector companies to spread best business practices and develop greater integrity across the market.

As many as 239,000 chickens will be culled at a Russian poultry farm

Low-pathogenic AI strikes Russian Far East

By Vladislav Vorotnikov

Russian veterinary body Rosselkhoznadzor is to cull 239,000 chickens at the Nadezhdinskaya Ptitsa poultry farm in Primorsky Krai, in Russia’s Far East region, following an outbreak of low-pathogenic avian influenza (AI) H9N2.

Brazil intends to fight EU restrictions on poultry imports

Brazil to dispute EU restrictions against poultry meat at WTO

By Liz Newmark, in Brussels

Brazil’s agriculture minister Blairo Maggi has announced that his country, as “the world’s second-largest producer and largest poultry exporter”, wants to contest the European Union (EU)’s restrictions on poultry meat exports at the World Trade Organization...

Meat from 20 Brazilian companies has been banned from the EU

Brazil unhappy as European Commission drafts ban on meat exports

By Liz Newmark, in Brussels

The European Commission has proposed stopping 20 Brazilian companies exporting meat products into the European Union (EU), following a unanimous vote at the 18-19 April European Commission special committee of member state experts on plants, animals,...