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Product recalls involving meat in the US have grown 83% since 2013

US meat recalls rise 83% since 2013

By Aidan Fortune

The number of food recalls involving meat products in the US has almost doubled since 2013, new research has revealed.

India launches meat cleanliness initiative

India food safety initiative to boost meat cleanliness

By Raghavendra Verma, in New Delhi

The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) is launching a hygiene and cleanliness drive in the Indian meat industry though training, food safety audits, certification of animal feed and pushing retailers to make health and safety improvements....

Processor opens new venison plant

Alliance Group opens new venison plant

By Michelle Perrett

Alliance Group, the New Zealand red meat co-operative, is to start venison production at its new AUS$15.2m venison plant at Lorneville, Southland next week.

Russia looks to export opportunity for halal venison

Russia looks to export opportunity for halal venison

By Vladislav Vorotnikov

A recently opened slaughterhouse in northern Siberia has been certified to sell venison in accordance with Islamic standards (halal) and is currently in negotiations to export commercial batches of premium cuts to Iran and the United Arab Emirates (UAE)....

Is exporting live slaughter animals ethical? The practice has been brought into sharp focus recently

Brexit: Scotland opposed to livestock export ban

By Oscar Rousseau

The Scottish Government has warned Westminster it will not ban livestock exports, amid rumours UK Environment Secretary Michael Gove plans to outlaw the controversial practice.