Business and Industry News for the meat sector
TradeTariffs on meat will be gradually reduced in the coming years
BELGIUM, Brussels. The trade agreement negotiated between the European Union and Vietnam entered into force on 1 August.
EU slaughter cattle marketsBulls and cows more friendly
BELGIUM, Brussels. Price developments in the member states of the European Union have not shown a uniform trend recently.
Market ResearchUK customers will support local stores
THE UNITED KINGDOM, London. Thirtyfive per cent of consumers say it is more important than before.
EU markets for slaughter pigsPoland takes the pressure off
GERMANY, Bonn. Demand from the East reduces the overhang - in Northern Germany, however, the supply remains large.
Online tradeNo boom through Corona
GERMANY, Cologne. Online marketers of food have rarely reacted to the strong increase in demand in the wake of the corona pandemic by expanding this sales channel.
EU-ExportsChina imports increasing amounts of pork
UNITED KINGDOM, London. Continuing a strong start to 2020, EU fresh/frozen pork exports were up on the year again in May.
US-MarketCovid-19 continues to exert increased influence
GERMANY, Frankfurt. Over the past two months, everyday demand had been experiencing week to week erosion as consumers started reengaging with foodservice.
Global OutlookAsia will shape the global meat market in the coming years
AUSTRALIA, North Sydney. The growth in middle class income across Asia will fuel the growing meat consumption over the next decade.
Boars on the wayFrench producers shift to entire male piglets
THE NETHERLANDS, Uden. Declaration follows the goal to ban live surgical castration.
TönniesLiving space concept for employees
GERMANY, Rheda-Wiedenbrück. 21 mayors have been contacted directly.
Tyson FoodsTyson brand comes to Europe
AUSTRIA, Vienna. The American meat company is targeting major customers in its marketing offensive.
Eastern EuropeMeat production continues to rise
RUSSIA, Moscow. Russia, Belarus and Ukraine have increased production in the first half of 2020.
AppointmentNadia Theodore replaces Rory McAlpine
CANADA, Mississauga. Maple Leaf Foods named Nadia Theodore as Senior Vice President of Global Industry and Government Relations.
African Swine FeverOIE and FAO demand global action
FRANCE, Paris | ITALY, Rome. New initiative for the global control of ASF
Meat AttractionCombining face-to-face and online event activities
SPAIN, Madrid. The next edition of Meat Industry Fair will take place from 2-4 February 2021
Poultry ProcessingPlant expansions in the days of Corona
THE NETHERLANDS, Boxmeer. Marel’s remote teamwork connects on-site engineers and experts on either side of the world.
OutbreakTransmission is possible over long distances
GERMANY, Braunschweig. The transmissions responsible für the outbreaks in German meat cutting plants took place over long distances in air-conditioned working areas.
Meat industry Economists advocate state intervention
GERMANY; Munich. Politicians want to regulate the work of the meat industry more closely. It is receiving support for this from the scientific community.
US pig fatteningMillions of pigs cannot be processed
USA, Washington. US pig farmers suffer high losses of income because slaughter lines are at a standstill. They demand a lifeline from the state.