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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.
Vilsack addresses NCBA producers
USA, Washington, DC fleischwirtschaft.com - USA, Washington, DC. U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack addressed U.S. cattle producers from across the country in Washington, D.C., as part of the 2010 National Cattlemen's Beef Association (NCBA) Legislative Conference.
AMI unveils session speakers for 2011 Convention
USA, Washington fleischwirtschaft.com - USA, Washington. Two renowned leaders with global insights will headline general sessions at the 2011 Meat, Poultry & Seafood Convention and Exposition, to be held April 13-16, 2011, at McCormick Place, Chicago, Ill.
Australias marketing taskforces tackle big issues for 2010
USA fleischwirtschaft.com - USA. The proposed marketing activities for Australian beef and lamb in 2010 came under scrutiny as a broad section of industry stakeholders met for Meat & Livestock Australia's (MLA) annual marketing taskforce meetings.
AMIF responds to ABC note on processed meats
USA, Washington fleischwirtschaft.com - USA, Washington. A statement on ABC News' official website from AMI Foundation President Hodges notes that as ABC chose to cite studies that raise concern about processed meat, numerous other studies had shown different results.
EU Commission publishes annual report on US trade
ITALY/USA fleischwirtschaft.com - ITALY/USA. The European Commission has published its annual report on barriers to trade and investment in the United States.
Food prices in many countries remain very high
ITALY, Rome Domestic food prices in developing countries remain high despite a sharp decline in international prices and overall good cereal harvests, FAO warned.
Meat and poultry industry contributes 5.8% to U.S.'GDP
USA America’s meat and poultry industry contributes $832.4 billion annually to the U.S. economy, roughly 5.8% of total GDP, according to a new Economic Impact Study unveiled by AMI.
New Broschure as "A Consumer’s Guide to the Meat Case"
USA, Washington, DC More and more Americans are interested in eating at home during these tough economic times.
Russian beef production to fall again
AUSTRALIA A 12-year decline in Russian beef production has limited the availability of beef in the Russian market.
CFS expands manufacturing in North America
THE NETHERLANDS In response to the increasing demand in North America, CFS has decided to expand the manufacturing of CFS equipment in its Texas facility.
Deibel and Alcan Packaging honoured with AMI Awards
CHICAGO Robert H. Deibel, Ph.D., president and CEO of Deibel Laboratories, was honoured with the American Meat Institute Foundation (AMIF) Scientific Achievement Award. Alcan Packaging Food Americas of Chicago, Ill., got the American AMI 2007 Supplier of the Year Award.
E.coli outbreak prompts new legislation in U.S.
AUSTRALIA The fifth largest meat recall in U.S. history is underway, including 21.7 million pounds (9,843 tonnes) of frozen ground beef products.
INSCA to focus on science and PR
SPAIN, Valencia The International Natural Sausage Casing Association (INSCA) held its 2007 annual meeting in Valencia from 13 to 17 June.
Consumer poll: Concern about carbon monoxide
USA A study published by the Consumer Federation of America shows that 78% of consumers think the use of carbon monoxide to stabilize the red color of meat is deceptive.
Report dispels myths about baby boomer spending
fleischwirtschaft. de - WASHINGTON, DC, USA. The 78 million U.S. baby boomers represent a potential $46 billion in sales and one of the largest buying groups in America says a report released last month by Information Resources, Inc. (IRI).