Cattle2018 market wrap
AUSTRALIA, North Sydney. 2018 was a year of records, with Australian beef export values to Japan surpassing $2 bn. for the first time since 2008.
SaleNestlé reports full-year results and wants to sell Herta
SWITZERLAND, Vevey. Nestlé will explore strategic options for the traditional brand Herta as a further step in positioning the portfolio towards attractive high-growth categories.
ResultsPHW Group records increased turnover
GERMANY, Visbek. Turnover did grow by 4.1% from €2.48 bn. to €2.58 bn.There was a further increase in the investment volume from €191.3 mill. to €232.5 mill. predominantly in German locations and new business segments.
HealthUp to 30% less fat in food
GERMANY, Freising. The Fraunhofer IVV launches two Europe-wide research projects for fat reduction in processed foods.
StudyFurther increase in demand for organic products
GERMANY, Berlin. Consumers in Germany are increasingly opting for organic products. This was the result of a survey on the Ecobarometer 2018 commissioned by the Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture (BMEL).
Business Pilgrim’s Pride ends reports fiscal year 2018
USA, Greeley. The company ends fiscal year 2018 with net sales of $10.94 Bn and an operating income of $496 Mill.
Novel FoodInsects as food
GERMANY, Berlin. Insect burgers, insect bars, insect bread - food made from insects is currently one of the most widely discussed visions of the future in the food sector. And this vision is taking on more and more form.
HalalSeara chicken selected as finalist in Gulfood Innovation Awards
SAUDI ARABIA, Dubai. The company announced that it has been shortlisted as a finalist in the Gulfood Innovation Awards, under the categories of 'Most Innovative Halal Food' and 'Most Innovative Meat or Poultry Product'.
SustainabilityMeat reduction doesn’t solve global environmental problems
GERMANY, Giessen. A renunciation of meat in some countries would result in billions in losses for producers and the economy and would have little impact on global consumption of land and water and on CO2 emissions. This is the conclusion of a recent study from Giessen.