Business and Industry News for the meat sector
StudyChicken coops push antibiotic resistance
USA, Washington, St. Louis. Scientists found chicken coops and sewage treatment plants as hot spots for antibiotic resistance.
TradeBird flu causes new bans by Iraq
IRAQ, Bagdad. Country refuses poultry products from Italy and U.S. State Missouri.
Annual balanceBizerba with strong growth
GERMANY, Balingen Company registers record in anniversary year.
Landshut Butchery CollegeExporting expertise to South Korea
GERMANY, Frankfurt Fleischerschule Landshut (Landshut Butchery College) has signed joint venture with teaching institution in Seoul - Also partnership with Japan over last 10 years.
TradeIran reports export problems to CIS
TAJIKISTAN, Duschanbe. Tajik officals believe there is a tacit trade conflict between Iran and Tajikistan.
EducationNTU and Wageningen partner
THE NETHERLANDS, Wageningen. The partnership aims to bring together interdisciplinary expertise in areas such as nanotechnology, biomedicine and food science to nurture the much needed skilled manpower for the food industry.
BusinessJBS HQ on the move?
NORTHERN IRELAND, Dublin. If approved by relevant agencies globally, the move would potentially result in tiers of management jobs coming to Ireland, as well as additional operational investment.
MultivacSales up by almost 20 per cent
GERMANY, Frankfurt The Multivac group increased its turnover in 2015 by 19.3 per cent to EUR 897 million.
IFFA 2016Proud winners from Russia
GERMANY, Frankfurt 318 product samples from Russia and the CIS countries were scrutinised in Moscow. The winners were then invited to Frankfurt.
Consumer ResearchAmericans are trying to consume more protein
USA, Washington. US consumers have shifting views of what the terms "healthy" and "natural" mean in terms of food.
IFFA 2016New records: more exhibitors, more visitors
GERMANY, Frankfurt This year’s visitors and exhibitors were extremely pleased with the fair in Frankfurt.
Food SafetyQuestions in meat’s relationship with cancer
SPAIN, Tarragona. A new report reviews the correlation between environmental contaminants in meat and human health.
StartupsPromising startups meet at Wageningen
THE NETHERLANDS, Wageningen. Young companies will pitch and demonstrate their business ideas and products for next reveals innovations that will impact the future of foodtechnology and agriculture.
BusinessTyson posts record Q2 performance
USA, Springdale, Ark. The pricing and marketing investments the company made are paying off in increased volumes in strategic products including Hillshire Farm smoked sausage and lunchmeat, Jimmy Dean breakfast sausage and Ball Park hot dogs.
IFFA 2016Robotic Automation as a Value Factor
GERMANY, Frankfurt Industrial robots are found today in almost all areas of meat processing - from slaughtering through to the packaging of meat and sausage portions.
IFFANew exhibitor record
GERMANY, Frankfurt Industry and butchers’ trade anticipate significant growth impulses for the entire meat sector.
IFFA 2016Food Safety First
GERMANY, Frankfurt Solutions featuring intelligent control can be deployed to maximum effect in the meat processing industry.
StudyReducing methan production in rumniants
SPAIN, Madrid. 3-nitrooxypropanol compound reduces greenhouse gas levels with no risk to the animal's health.
IFFA 2016Today starts the fair
GERMANY, Frankfurt. Today, the industry highlight of the year, IFFA 2016, starts. Welcome to Frankfurt am Main!