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Entering Swedish retail shops
LATVIA, Ķekava Latvian poultry producer Putnu fabrika Ķekava enters Swedish retail sector with a new export brand.
Dairy based strips bring variety to the plate
FINLAND, Helsinki. Valio MiFU strips – made from milk – can be used in recipes that call for meat. The producer of this strips won the World Dairy Innovation Awards in the Best New Brand/Business category.
Outbreak reported in Germany
GERMANY, Kiel. German authorities have confirmed the detection of highly pathogenic avian influenza A (H5N6) virus on a poultry farm situated on an island off the German North Sea coast.
Record decline in meat consumption
SWEDEN, Jönköping. The country also reported a decline in meat imports.
Public consultation about sugars in food initiated
ITALY, Parma. EFSA is seeking feedback on the approach it plans to take for its upcoming assessment of dietary sugars.
Tainted eggs were found in Belgium in June
BELGIUM, Brussels. According to the EU, Belgium took weeks to notify tainted egg discovery.
Pâté producer acquired
DENMARK, Bramming. Tulip Food Company wants to serve up more high-end pâté.
Welfare insights on slaughter of pregnant animals
ITALY, Parma. EFSA experts have examined issues surrounding the slaughter of pregnant farmed animals in Europe.
SWEDEN, Stockholm. Perten Instruments partners with sister company Bioo Scientific Corporation.
Poor results continue
FINLAND, Turku. Cash flow declined partially due to investment in the Finland-based Rauma poultry plant.
Acquiring Teterower Fleisch
DENMARK, Randers. The Danish company will become the fifth-largest cattle slaughterhouse in Germany and a major player in the north European market for organic beef.
Better logistics can reduce food waste
SWEDEN, Gothenburg. Millions of tonnes of food could be saved with food supply chain specific tools.
H5N8 virus spreads in Europe
SWEDEN, Solna. A study proofs thet risk to humans is very low.
France introduces mobile abattoir
SWEDEN, Järvsö. The Swedish mobile abattoir is capable of slaughtering around 150 cows per week.
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.
Letterbox-type practices are widespread
BELGIUM, Brussels. Tax avoidance often goes hand in hand with exploiting workers.
Atria has plans for Lagerbergs’ chicken production
FINLAND, Seinäjoki. Finish company puts millions in developing the Swedish brand.