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Russia will import pork from China
CHINA, Luohe Russian health regulators have now approved imports of pork from the Chinese Shuanghui Group.
Canada secures Jamaican beef deal
CANADA, Ottawa, Ontario Jamaica has approved all imports of beef from Canada, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada revealed.
Consumption trends in the global pork market
UNITED KINGDOM, London Euromonitor International's recent research shows that global volume sales of fresh pork reached 89 mill. t in 2013, up 3% on the previous year.
New OIE international standards and guidelines on animal health
FRANCE, Paris Over 850 participants, representing Member Countries of the OIE as well as numerous international, intergovernmental, regional and national organisations took part in the 82nd Session of the OIE, which marked the 90th Anniversary of the Organisation.
Differences in animal diets and emissions
KENYA, Nairobi A study, published in an early edition of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), is the newest comprehensive assessment assembled of what cows, sheep, pigs, poultry and other farm animals are eating in different parts of the world; how efficiently they convert that feed into milk, eggs and meat; and the amount of greenhouse gases they produce.
International sales lift Burger King earnings
USA, Miami Growth in international markets contributed to a 31% climb in income and a return to positive comparable sales for Burger King Worldwide Inc. in the second quarter.
Emerging markets draw meat machinery exports
GERMANY, Frankfurt German meat processing machinery exports are shifting to developing markets such as South America and Asia, according to German food processing and packaging machinery association VDMA.
Meat packaging helped Sealed Air
USA, Elmwood Park, NJ Meat applications in the Americas helped the Sealed Air Corporation in tough markets during its fourth financial quarter (Q4).
Canada expands meat export to Nicaragua
CANADA, Ottawa Canadian livestock producers will benefit from more export opportunities in the Americas. The Canadian Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz and the Minister of International Trade and Minister for the Asia-Pacific Gateway Ed Fast announced that Nicaragua has approved imports of beef and pork from Canada.
Stopping the decline of livestock genetic diversity
ITALY, Rome While many countries are taking action to halt the erosion of livestock genetic resources, crucial for food and agriculture, a substantial gap remains that needs to be urgently addressed.
GS1 US and GS1 Germany complete joint venture
USA, Lawrenceville, N J., and GERMANY, Cologne. GS1 US and GS1 Germany, the two largest member organisations of the GS1 System, have signed a definitive agreement to form a joint venture combining their 1SYNC and SA2 Worldsync subsidiaries, respectively, into a new combined organisation named 1WorldSync, Inc.
Provisur names new Director of Sales
USA, Mokena, Il Russ Stroner has been promoted to Director of Sales, Americas Business Unit at Provisur Technologies Inc., a leading global provider of high-performance food-processing equipment.
Major gains in efficiency of livestock systems needed
ITALY, Rome By 2050 an expanded world population will be consuming two thirds more animal protein than it does today, bringing new strains to bear on the planet's natural resources, according to a new report from the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO).
Food safety law gets US$39 mill. funding
USA, Silver Spring, MD The majority of a US$50 mill. increase in Food and Drug Administration (FDA) funding for fiscal 2012 will go toward implementing the Food Safety Modernization Act.
Listeria and E.coli killing food packaging developed
CANADA, Hamilton, ON Canadian researchers are using phages to target and kill foodborne pathogens such as Listeria and E.coli present on the surface of ready-to eat (RTE) and raw meats.
US meat exports moving at record pace
USA, Denver For the first time in history, US beef and pork exports could each surpass the $5 billion mark in 2011 - providing global demand remains strong.
Fuchs North America gains organic certification
USA, Owings Mills, MD Fuchs North America announces that it gains organic certification in USDA's National Organic Program and is expanding its product offerings for its processing facility in Baltimore, MD. With this certification, Fuchs North America can offer organic-certified seasonings to its food processing clients.
New alliance in the field of poultry processing
BIRMINGHAM/OOSTZAAN fleischwirtschaft.com - BIRMINGHAM/OOSTZAAN. Meyn Food Processing Technology B.V. (Oostzaan, Netherlands) and Ishida Europe Limited (Birmingham, England) announced a strategic alliance.
USDA to develop crop insurance for Biofuels producers
WASHINGTON Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced that USDA will soon seek proposals to study the feasibility of providing crop insurance to producers of biofuel feedstocks, including corn stover, straw and woody biomass.