Business and Industry News for the meat sector
US-MarketHot Dog sales jump to highest gains since early April
GERMANY, Frankfurt. Since the second week of March, American households have taken to hot dogs as a convenient and kid-friendly solution with many more at-home meal occasions.
InformationNew VDMA portal for sustainable packaging
GERMANY, Frankfurt. In this portal knowledge is prepared objectively and holistically - compactly bundled in one adress.
Balance sheet German sausage production grows
GERMANY, Bonn. German sausage producers produced more in 2019 than in the year before. Particularly popular are cooked sausages such as Frankfurter, Wiener or Lyoner.
Meat-free alternatives Beyond Meat generates profit
USA, El Segundo. The meat substitute manufacturer continues its rapid growth even during the Corona crisis.
SalesDeli continues to struggle
GERMANY, Frankfurt. Food sales remained very strong the last full week of April. Free of the effects of Easter this year or last, the week ending April 26 provided a glimpse at the elevated everyday demand as a result of more meals having moved to at-home.
ASFOther cases near German border
POLAND, Warsaw. African swine fever (ASF) continues to ravage the Polish feral pig population. The highest veterinary authority recorded 70 new cases nationwide last week alone.
SlaughterhousesVion and Westfleisch struggle with Corona
GERMANY, Coesfeld | Bad Bramstedt. Vion had to close a slaughterhouse and take unplanned company holidays, Westfleisch is struggling with individual cases - production is still running.
US-MarketMeat sales track ahead of last year
GERMANY, Frankfurt. Year-to-date volume sales through April 26 were up 15.9% over the same period in 2019 as volume has been trailing dollars throughout the pandemic.
Trade showVirtual exhibition stand to present products
GERMANY, Schöberg. In order to keep Sesotec customers up-to-date on company news, the manufacturer is launching a virtual trade show experience.
SolutionsFilling, portioning, packaging fixes in a nutshell
GERMANY, Verden. Everything must be packed - ideally in a sustainable and recyclable manner and with as little packaging material as possible to reduce waste.
SustainabilityCompany puts focus on resource-saving solutions
GERMANY, Oldenburg. Under its striking motto “GO sustainable!”, Sealpac GmbH will be presenting numerous innovative packaging concepts that minimize the use of plastic by providing paper-based alternatives, mono solutions, as well as ultra-thin trays. Furthermore, the global specia
LabelingNon-stop high speed label application
GERMANY, Filderstadt. The new Herma 500 is a high-speed label applicator capable of operating continuously – 24 hours a day and seven days a week if necessary.
Barrier Films High performance vacuum bags guarantee fresh food
GERMANY, Waltenhofen. In addition to the prime quality of its products, the Allgäu-based company impresses with the high availability and fast delivery of its bags, which share around 3500 pallet spaces in the company’s own warehouse.
FraunhoferRecycling requires many competences
GERMANY, Freising. The Fraunhofer Institute for Process Engineering and Packaging IVV (Freising, Germany) will be presenting innovations in the field of recyclable packaging.
Solid boardNo mineral oil migration
GERMANY, Darmstadt. Since the end of 2009, the problem of migration of mineral oil components from cardboard packaging has been under discussion.
Trade FairInterpack 2020 postponed
GERMANY, Düsseldorf. Every three years the packaging world meets in Düsseldorf. In 2020, this rhythm will inevitably be broken: as reaction on the recent situation Messe Düsseldorf decided to postpone the trade fair until 25 February to 3 March 2021.
BusinessCompany delivers record sales
USA, Springdale. Tyson Foods reports second quarter 2020 results and results for first six months of fiscal 2020.
AlternativesHydrosol cooperates with All Organic Treasures
GERMANY, Hamburg. This cooperation makes possible new concepts for texturates with structure similar to muscle tissue.
Animal FeedDC implements sustainable soy production
DENMARK, Randers. In the future, the pigs delivered to Danish Crown must have been fed with 100% responsibly produced soy.