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Watch: Denmark and China pen ‘historic’ deal

Meat The News

Watch: Denmark and China pen ‘historic’ deal

By Oscar Rousseau

A breakdown of Denmark and China’s historic deal, allowing the former to send heat-treated sausages, salami and canned meats to the latter is what Meat The News tucks into this week. 

Watch: Brazil meat scandal

Meat The News

Watch: Brazil meat scandal

By Oscar Rousseau

Brazil’s rotten meat scandal sent shockwaves through the animal protein industry – so naturally it is the best place to start in a new series of videos titled ‘Meat The News’. 

NAMI's Barry Carpenter speaks from IPPE

NAMI's Barry Carpenter speaks from IPPE

By Eleanor Mackay

Country of origin labelling and Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) negotiations were top of the bill at this year’s International Production and Processing Expo (IPPE). The show attracted over 30,000 delegates from 124 countries and...

The seminar was followed by tasting of various Wagyu dishes

Japan body hosts London wagyu seminar

By Eleanor Mackay

Delegates from the British meat industry attended an introduction to wagyu seminar in London earlier this month, held by the Japan Livestock Industry Association. The association hopes to bolster sales to the European Union after import restrictions were...

A view from Sial

A view from Sial

By Oli Haenlein

The great and good in the global meat industry gathered at the recent Sial exhibition in Paris (19-23 October). See our video for a visual trip around the show, and to hear the opinions of just some of the exhibitors.

UK exports - interview with Jean-Pierre Garnier, Eblex/Bpex

UK exports - the big picture

By Georgi Gyton

GlobalMeatNews recently spoke to Jean-Pierre Garnier, head of exports at UK red meat levy bodies Eblex and Bpex, on how UK exports are performing, what challenges are being faced, and where future opportunities lie.

World Meat Congress - an overview

World Meat Congress - an overview

By Georgi Gyton

GlobalMeatNews travelled to Beijing, China for the 20th annual World Meat Congress, which took place from 14-16 June 2014. In this video we give you an overview of the event, as well as an exclusive interview with Canadian agriculture minister, Gerry...

The industry is working to improve piglet survival rates and welfare standards

Focus on Denmark

By Oli Haenlein

Denmark has a population of just 5.5 million people, but with total pig production standing at over 29m and producers exporting to the value of DKr32bn (£3.5bn) in 2013, the significance of the pig industry to this country is obvious. Global Meat News...

Danish pig production and exports

Focus on Denmark

Danish pig production and exports

By Carina Perkins

Globalmeatnews.com speaks to Karsten Flemin, market analyst at the Danish Agriculture & Food Council, about trends in Danish pig production and exports

The Danish Meat Trade College

Focus on Denmark

The Danish Meat Trade College

By Carina Perkins

Globalmeatnews.com visited the Danish Meat Trade College in Roskilde to find out more about its courses, facilities and international programmes

Challenges to Danish slaughter pig production

Focus on Denmark

Challenges to Danish slaughter pig production

By Carina Perkins

Globalmeatnews.com talks to Finn Udesen, head of production economy and statistics at the Danish Pig Research Centre, about why Danish slaughter pig production is in decline.

How soya protein can help meet growing demand for meat

How soya protein can help meet growing demand for meat

By Nicholas Robinson

Consumers in developing economies such as Africa are increasing their demand for meat, posing a challenge to global food supplies. Archer Daniels Midland Company (ADM) technical director Stephen Mott told Globalmeatnews.com that soya proteins can be added...

UK red meat exports: a view from Eblex

UK red meat exports: a view from Eblex

By Carina Perkins

Globalmeatnews.com talks to Eblex export manager Jean-Pierre Garnier about some the opportunities and challenges for UK red meat exports