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Strategic growth planned for Sub-Saharan Africa

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Strategic growth planned for Sub-Saharan Africa

By Aidan Fortune

Poultry operators Tyson Foods Inc and Acacia Foods are to make investments in Zimbabwe-based processor Irvine’s Group as part of plan to target growth in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Ask our experts anything related to meat packaging after the webinar

Last chance to register for packaging webinar

By Rod Addy

Time is running out to register for a free online event scheduled for tomorrow, exploring the latest developments in packaging to crack down on spoilage in meat export consignments.

Zambeef recently opened eight retail outlets across Ghana, Nigeria and Zambia

Zambeef issues financial results warning

By Oscar Rousseau

Zambeef has warned that a fungal disease devastating its cropping division could have an “adverse impact” on its full-year trading figures.

Kingchick poultry is contracted to grow chickens for a major African meat processor

London investor pumps cash into African chicken farm

By Oscar Rousseau

Tanzania-based Kingchick Poultry has received a six-figure sum from a London agri-business investor as the African farm aims to scale up operations to supply local markets with low-cost chicken.

World Steak Challenge will return again in 2018

World Steak Challenge – in pictures

By Oscar Rousseau

Don’t miss these pictures from our third World Steak Challenge, which welcomed beef producers from 17 countries, entering what they believed were the greatest sirloin, rib-eye or fillet steaks in the world.

Global pork prices were boosted by rising import demand in Asia

Meat prices rise for sixth month in row

By Oscar Rousseau

Global meat prices have increased every month this year up to June, according to the Food and Agricultural Organization’s (FAO) Food Price Index.

Zimbabwe's $300 million agricultural plan has received a mixed response

Mixed response to Zimbabwe livestock development plan

By Ceaser Mhukahuru, in Harare

The Zimbabwe government’s plan to roll out a $300 million (m) livestock development programme aimed at resuscitating the country’s ailing meat production sector has prompted mixed reactions from industry experts.