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Meat alternativesVegan trends reach Japan
GERMANY, Frankfurt. In Japan, large meat companies are investing in alternative proteins. However, large market shares are not yet expected.
Expo in LondonTakeaway Innovation
THE UNITED KINGDOM, London Enabling forward-thinking takeaway owner to explore cutting edge technology and techniques to drive sales, create loyalty and save money. With seminars & live cooking demos, the exhibition unites 6,000 industry professionals to share ideas and knowledge. Europe's la
European ButchersLearning from each other
DENMARK, Copenhagen IBC's spring conference focuses on ways of retaining skilled employees.
EU Pig PricesDisappointment at slow price increase
GERMANY, Damme At last, the atmosphere appears to be optimistic again on the European pigs-mature-for-slaughter market.
German Meat industry Sector continuing to grow
GERMANY, Berlin Meat industry enjoying continuing success thanks to export markets.
Meat BusinessBelarus seeks to diversify meat exports
BELARUS, Minsk. Belarus claimed that Russian veterinary authorities limited supplies of pork for reasons that could not be proved.
Fast FoodMcDonald’s moves on comeback plan
USA, Oak Brook, Ill. McDonald’s plan includes expanding its all-day breakfast tests.
Food SafetyNew ways to control E. coli in pigs
CHINA, Haikou. Curcumin is effective in improving the immune status of weaned piglets and could help to shift away from antibiotics.
Green energyAustralian beef export plant uses natural gas
AUSTRALIA, North Sydney. Unique meat plant waste system hailed as green vision of the future
German Butchery SectorButchers now in calmer waters
GERMANY, Frankfurt The DFV (German Butchers' Association) has presented a balanced report on behalf of its members - Continuing trend towards fewer, but more effective units.
DenmarkPig slaughtering declines in 2014
DENMARK, Copenhagen. Overall, Danish meat producers slaughtered 254,461 fewer pigs in 2014 than the previous year
Halal slaughter methodNortura obtains certification
NORWAY, Oslo. The final approval and certification has been obtained from Islamic Council Norway.
Import BanRussians increasingly affected by food sanctions
RUSSIA, Moscow. Food is expected to account for up to 55% of Russians' household spending by autumn
Food SafetyChina outlines new food safety laws
THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA, Beijing. China introduces new food regulations and tougher penalties
Fast FoodMcDonald’s works on a new plan
USA, Oak Brook, Ill. Recently, McDonald's began testing all-day breakfast in select markets.
Joint VentureBRF enters into agreement with Invicta Food Group
BRAZIL, São Paulo BRF S.A. from São Paulo, Brazil, has announced that it has entered into a Joint Venture Agreement with Invicta Food Group Ltd. from Ashford, UK. .
MachineryExports rise again in 2014
GERMANY, Frankfurt am Main For the fifth year in succession, exports of German food processing and packaging machinery increased again in 2014 to almost €8 bn.
Online portalFacilitating sustainable seafood trade
THE NETHERLANDS, Wageningen Solidaridad and Wageningen UR (University & Research centre) launched the Seafood Trade Intelligence Portal (STIP) at the Global Seafood Expo in Brussels on 21 April 2015.
TradeVietnam inspecting plants in Russia
RUSSIA, Moscow A delegation of the National Department of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development in Vietnam paid an official visit to the FGBI (Federal Centre for Animal Health)“Leningrad Interoblast Veterinary Laboratory”.