Lamb

New Zealand launches marketing campaign

New Zealand lamb and beef gets US marketing boost

By Michelle Perrett

Levy board Beef + Lamb New Zealand is to launch a multi-million dollar US branding campaign to educate consumers on the benefits of grass-fed meat under the Taste Pure Nature origin brand.

Polish meat business expansion

Polish retailer invests in meat business

By Jaroslaw Adamowski

Polish retail chain Grupa Dino Polska plans to invest further in increasing its production capacity, and launch a second facility in Poland, according to the company’s financial report for 2018.

The first batch has been supplied to Miratorg’s meat processing plant in Bryansk Oblast, Russia

Miratorg expands lamb project as exports boom

By Vladislav Vorotnikov

Russian agricultural holding Miratorg has manufactured its first commercial batch of lamb at the sheep cluster launched in 2018 and is ready to expand the project, the company has told GlobalMeatNews.

JBS will have a strong presence at this year's Gulfood show in Dubai

JBS targets Arab market with Seara range

By Aidan Fortune

Processor JBS is hoping to unlock the potential of the growing Arab market with a strong presence at this year’s Gulfood show in Dubai.

Animal transport improvements examined

EU animal transport improvements urged

By Aidan Fortune

The European Parliament has called on the EU and its member states to better enforce existing rules on protecting transported animals and penalise all offenders.

UK animal welfare groups have called for an end to non-stun slaughter

Animal welfare firms urge DEFRA to end non-stun slaughter

By Ashley Williams

UK-based animal welfare organisations the RSPCA and the British Veterinary Association have sent an open letter to the UK’s Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (DEFRA) to ban non-stun slaughtering of animals.

Goat meat ready to hit the big-time

Goat meat ready to hit the big-time

By Aidan Fortune

Trends pieces are nothing new, particularly as we begin a new year, with publications looking to be first to report the latest fad. The food industry is no different, with goat meat being touted as the next big thing.

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.