Alle Nachrichten und Hintergründe
American Meat Institute
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Animal WelfareNAMI releases guidelines on animal handling
USA, Washington. Major changes include e.g. a new section about how to handle occasions when there is a non-ambulatory or disabled animal on a truck and in the yard.
Reality CheckBMPA conference comments on post-Brexit trade deals
UNITED KINGDOM, London. This year’s BMPA Conference was dominated by straight talk, which the headline speakers certainly delivered on.
MarketNAMI CEO gets firsthand look at US red meat’s success
JAPAN, Tokyo. Julie Anna Potts, president and CEO of the North American Meat Institute (NAMI), made her first visit to two of the leading destinations for US beef and pork – Japan and South Korea.
StatisticsMeat Institute and FMI release 2019 Power of Meat Analysis
USA, Dallas. Analysis explores meat and poultry’s role in today’s food culture: The way we eat, shop and live.
MultivacNAMI’s Supplier of the Year
USA, Kansas City, Mo. The company was awarded as the 2019 Supplier of the Year from the North American Meat Institute (NAMI) during the 2019 International Production & Processing Expo (IPPE) in Atlanta.
Animal HealthNew National Swine Disease Council
USA, Des Moines. Industry collaboration will focus on protecting animal, public health and will help combat foreign animal diseases.
NAMINew Officers to guide the organization
USA, Washington, DC. Julie Anna Potts was officially elected by the members to succeed outgoing President and CEO Barry Carpenter.
NamiNew resource for the ‘Meat denied’
USA, Washington, DC. Meat Institute unveils new resource for the ‘Meat Denied’.
NAMINew edition of Animal Handling Guidelines released
USA, Washington. The new guidelines can be downloaded from the Institute's revamped website.
USABodies call to unlock China’s beef market
USA, Washington, DC. US President Donald Trump will meet China's president Xi Jinping in April.
IPPEFair draws more than 31,000 people to Atlanta
USA, Atlanta, Georgia. North American Meat Institute hosted and honored a lot of guests.
Trade fairIPPE gives back to Atlanta
USA, Atlanta. After the fair took part, $10,300 is donated to the "Giving back to Atlanta" campaign to fight hunger.
US retailPower of meat remains strong
USA, Nashville, Tenn Retail is the main route US consumers take when buying meat and poultry products, according to the 2015 Power of Meat study.
AMI: Dietary guidelines should consider important meat benefits
USA, Washington D C. Meat and poultry products are important and rich sources of highly bioavailable micronutrients and inclusion of meat and poultry products in the diet can prevent well-documented vitamin deficiencies, according to comments American Meat Institute (AMI) submitted to the 2015 U.S. Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee.
Organisations take COOL to court
USA, Washington, DC Nine organisations representing the meat and livestock industries in the United States, Canada and Mexico filed court documents seeking a preliminary injunction against the country-of-origin labeling rule.
US meat industry rejects "pink slime" claims
USA, Washington The US meat industry has hit back the claims that ammonia-treated boneless lean beef trimmings - so called "pink slime" - are harmful to health.
Federal data show that U.S. meat & poultry is safe
WASHINGTON, DC fleischwirtschaft.com - WASHINGTON, DC. A new Pew Charitable Trust-funded study misleads consumers about U.S. meat and poultry, according to American Meat Institute. Authors of the new study, which involved a small number of samples from retail stores, claim that their findings suggest that a significant public health risk exists.
AMI against petitions to ban livestock
WASHINGTON, DC fleischwirtschaft.com - WASHINGTON, DC. In comments filed with USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS), the American Meat Institute (AMI) detailed the strong economic benefits that incentivise humane livestock handling and said that FSIS should reject two petitions filed by the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) and Farm Sanctuary, which suggest that no such incentives exist.
AMI: FDA 'User Fees' should not pay for FSMA
WASHINGTON, DC fleischwirtschaft.com - WASHINGTON, DC. In a letter to the Chairman and Ranking Member of the House Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the American Meat Institute (AMI) and 16 other food and beverage trade associations urged the committee against using FDA "user fees" to pay for implementation of the Food Safety Modernisation Act (FSMA).