Canada

Beef project extended following success

Canadian beef project extended

By Aidan Fortune

The Canadian Beef Sustainability Acceleration (CBSA) pilot project is being extended following positive fourth quarter and full-year results.

Canada invests in tackling ASF

Canada injects $1.6m into pork industry

By Ashley Williams

The Canadian Government has invested CA$1.6m to better equip pork producers against diseases such as African Swine Fever (ASF).

The USMCA deal involves over US$1tn of trade, including meat and poultry products

Progress on USMCA deal welcomed

By Aidan Fortune

Leaders of the nations involved in the US-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) have taken a significant step forward by signing the deal to open up trade between the three countries.

The international beef sector may benefit from the rise of African Swine Fever

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Beef to benefit from African Swine Fever epidemic

By Aidan Fortune

New reports of incidents of African Swine Fever (ASF) are being reported on a daily basis, with China and Belgium both being hit by the virus in recent weeks. However, the rising number of incidents is having a positive knock-on effect on other proteins,...

UK exports to Canada have grown by 10.1%

UK exports to Canada grow 10.1%

By Aidan Fortune

UK exports to Canada have grown 10.1% since the provisional agreement of the EU-Canada Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA).

WTO to examine trade battles

Retaliatory duties on USA meat exports challenged at WTO

By Keith Nuthall

The World Trade Organisation (WTO) Disputes Settlement Body (DSB) has agreed to establish disputes settlement panels to rule on whether retaliatory duties imposed by Canada, China, and Mexico on US meat exports, imposed in response to America’s controversial...

The CFIA’s Ottawa Laboratory in Fallowfield confirmed the case of bovine TB

Bovine TB confirmed in Canadian herd

By Aidan Fortune

An investigation into a case of bovine tuberculosis (bovine TB) in British Columbia, Canada has been launched by the authorities.

Both bodies believed the agreement was “essential” to the viability of the US meat industry

US meat industry reacts to USMCA hearing

By Ashley Williams

The National Pork Producers Council (NPPC) and the North American Meat Institute (NAMI) are among the meat bodies that have testified before the US International Trade Commission to discuss the US Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA).