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Red and processed meats have been linked with bowel cancer in a new report

Meat and bowel cancer link raised by research

By Aidan Fortune

New research has found that people who eat red and processed meat within Department of Health and Social Care guidelines are still at increased risk of bowel cancer.

Irish farmers feel Brexit crunch

IFA demands Brexit compensation

By Aidan Fortune

Irish beef farmers have called for compensation from the Government and the EU over losses suffered, estimated to be more than €100m, due to the Brexit process.

Pig price increases cause concern

Pig price increases cause concern

By Aidan Fortune

The European meat manufacturing industry, united in CLITRAVI, has expressed concern about the recent sharp increase in Europe of the price of pig meat.

Exports of live animals and animal products can continue, but businesses will have to keep on top of red tape

‘Relief’ as no-deal meat exports hurdle cleared

By Rod Addy

Meat trade representatives have expressed 'relief' that EU Member States have agreed the UK’s listed status to export live animals and animal products as a third country in a no-deal Brexit scenario.

Dunbia was handed a record fine for non-compliance of TSE regulations at its Preston site (stock image)

Dunbia given £266,000 fine by FSA

By Aidan Fortune

Red meat processor Dunbia has been fined more than £266,000 by the Food Standards Agency (FSA) for the failure to remove parts of the animal designated specified risk materials.

Hilton fights off Brexit uncertainty

Hilton Food Group reports growth despite Brexit concerns

By Michelle Perrett

International meat processing business Hilton Food Group has revealed it has taken “mitigating action” and believes it is “sufficiently resilient” to withstand Brexit uncertainties, as it unveiled an increase in turnover and profits for the 52 weeks ended...