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Ten reasons to attend YAN20

By Jane Byrne

Just over two weeks to go to the Young Animal Nutrition Summit, here are 10 reasons why nutritionists and feed formulators should attend.

Sustainability webinar: ask the experts

Sustainability webinar: ask the experts

By Aidan Fortune

With the meat industry under constant scrutiny from lobby groups and the media, the debate has become in danger of becoming distorted and skewed with those shouting loudest seemingly having the most impact.

New Zealand targets growth markets

New Zealand targets growth markets

By Aidan Fortune

In the second part of GlobalMeatNews’ interview with New Zealand’s representative in the UK, Jeff Grant, we discuss growth markets and categories for red meat producers.

New Zealand welcomes Brexit certainty

New Zealand welcomes Brexit certainty

By Aidan Fortune

The New Zealand meat industry has expressed a sense of relief over the UK’s exit from the European Union this week as it provides clarity on the situation.

Protein trends for 2020

Cargill identifies protein trends for 2020

By Aidan Fortune

US processor Cargill has outlined some of the key trends in the protein sector for 2020, focusing on how consumer habits are shifting as well as perception of the meat industry has changed.

Endemic disease focus group set up by UK meat industry

Endemic disease focus group set up by UK meat industry

By Aidan Fortune

A new UK-wide cattle and sheep industry group is to be created to speed up progress against endemic diseases and reputational challenges that cost the cattle and sheep sectors an estimated £500m per year.

BMPA to hold climate change event

BMPA to hold climate change event

By Aidan Fortune

Industry body British Meat Processors Association along with other partner organisations is to hold a one-day event to examine the science behind livestock related climate change.