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H5N8 virus spreads in Europe
SWEDEN, Solna. A study proofs thet risk to humans is very low.
Defeating antibiotic resistance
NORWAY, Oslo. New study confirms successful strategy for pig herds.
International Meat Conference
GERMANY, Rheda-Wiedenbrück. Works councils, trade unionists, politicians and employers consulted on the situation of employees in the slaughter industry.
Investors combine know-how
DANMARK, Kolding. Saic Holding, owned by Danish private equity company Axcel and a group of investors has acquired Frontmatec, a leading supplier of automation and software solutions for the global food and utilities industries.
China ends trade ban on Italian pork
ITALY, Rome. Italian cured meat specialities could be popular with China's middle class, according to analysts.
Taking food hygiene principles worldwide
GERMANY, Frankfurt am Main. The group`s membership has more than doubled in the past decade, with a significant increase of enrollment from nations outside of Europe.
New global player for slaughterhouse equipment
DENMARK, Copenhagen. Axcel creates a global market leader in high-tech equipment for the slaughter industry.
Danish Crown to stay optimistic
DENMARK, Randers. The pig processor advices to remain calm until next economical steps will be made.
New exhibitor record
GERMANY, Frankfurt Industry and butchers’ trade anticipate significant growth impulses for the entire meat sector.
Great perspectives for the meat sector
GERMANY, Frankfurt The branch is optimistic with high expectations of its gathering at the leading trade fair.
Tönnies continues to grow
GERMANY, Rheda-Wiedenbrück Sales stable despite decline in prices. Tican acquisition is biggest ever.
Meat ShowHow 2016 a great success
DENMARK, Copenhagen. More than 140 visitors from around the world met at Progress Point in Copenhagen for Meat ShowHow 2016.
Tönnies developing in Denmark
Successful market entry
BRØRUP SB Pork subsidiary expanding, Tican takeover agreement now signed.
Oregano may reduce methane in cow burps
Denmark, Aarhus. University found out how to reduce methane emissions by up to 25%.
Japan lifts ban on Danish beef imports
BELGIUM, Brussels. Beef imports to Japan from Europe were worth $5.1 mill. in the first half of 2015.