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The regulation changes have been questioned by the Canadian meat industry

Canada's meat industry reacts to animal transport changes

By Ashley Williams

The Canadian Government’s Food Inspection Agency has revealed that changes to its Health of Animals Regulations for transportation would “better align” the country’s requirements with international partners despite concerns from the meat industry.

NZAGRC said New Zealand was “punching above its weight” in climate change-related agricultural research

New Zealand to invest $49m into greenhouse gas research

By Ashley Williams

New Zealand’s Agricultural Greenhouse Gas Research Centre (NZAGRC) has revealed that it will invest almost NZ$49m over the next 10 years to fuel agricultural greenhouse gas emissions research.

Credit: IFFA

New look for IFFA trade show

By Aidan Fortune

IFFA 2019 in Frankfurt, Germany is to unveil a revamped look for this year’s trade show.

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.

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