ChangeBMPA appoints new Trade Policy Advisor
UNITED KINGDOM, London. BMPA has appointed Peter Hardwick as its Trade Policy Advisor as part of an on-going restructure of the organisation.
SustainabilitySmithfield Foods and RAE to produce renewable energy
USA, St. Louis. The companies have formed a joint venture called Monarch Bioenergy.
ExpansionSesotec Canada’s move provides base for further growth
CANADA, Guelph. The demo centre is used for product testing and customer training.
AlternativesTyson sold its stake in company Beyond Meat
USA, Springdale. Tyson Foods sold its stake in the alternative protein company Beyond Meat.
AlternativesFast food giant McDonalds wants to win new target group
GERMANY, Munich. The group of vegans and vegetarians is to be attracted with very specific products.
StudyConsumers continue to expect meat
USA, Minneapolis. Consumers expect to keep protein on their shopping lists as part of a healthy and sustainable diet, according to new survey.
MarketFebruary exports below year-ago levels for US pork and beef
USA, Washington. February exports of US pork and beef fell below last year’s, according to statistics released by USDA and compiled by the US Meat Export Federation (USMEF).
ResearchRisk of Botulism from chilled, VP/MAP fresh meat
UNITED KINGDOM, London. The first project OF BMPA is now at a stage where initial findings can be published: Risk Assessment of Botulism from Chilled, VP/MAP (Vacuum Packed/Modified Atmosphere Packed) Fresh Meat held at 3°C to 8°C.
AlternativesBrazilian start-up announces plant-based burger
BRAZIL, Colombo. The country is getting a next-gen plant-based burger of its own.