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Antibiotic usage pledge put forward

Antibiotic usage pledge put forward

By Aidan Fortune

A pledge outlining 25 actions to help reduce the need for antibiotics in animals has been proposed by a body representing Europe’s leading manufacturers of animal medicines.

African Swine Fever risks identified by EFSA

EFSA identifies African Swine Fever risk

By Aidan Fortune

A report into the spread of African Swine Fever (ASF) in Europe has identified the countries most at risk from the disease hitting its borders.

Danish Crown claims Brexit readiness

Danish Crown claims Brexit readiness

By Aidan Fortune

Red meat producer Danish Crown has claimed it is ready for the UK’s exit from the EU regardless of the form it takes.

Poultry sector urges EU trade support

Poultry sector urges EU trade support

By Aidan Fortune

The EU poultry industry has repeated concerns over the lack of “a level playing field” when it comes to international trade.

Does lab meat answer our changing attitudes to animal protein?

Are our attitudes to meat changing?

By Natasha Spencer

As we see a shift towards ‘clean’, ‘cultured’ and ‘lab-grown’ meat, what does this mean for the popularity of traditional meat consumption? Has the new meat revolution really taken off? And is it the end of meat as we know it today? We take a look with...