Alle Nachrichten und Hintergründe
Alle Nachrichten und Hintergründe
Red MeatRoundtable looks to the future of Australia-EU trade
AUSTRALIA, Canberra. The Australian red meat industry, under the leadership of the EU / UK Red Meat Market Access Taskforce (Taskforce), met with the Ministers for Trade and Agriculture in Canberra to discuss ambitions for trade reform in both the European Union (EU) and the United Kingdom (UK).
TradeEU beef imports
BELGIUM, Brussels. The deal includes trade facilitation for the US and better access to the EU beef market.
StatisticsApril beef and pork exports below 2018 levels
USA, Washington. April exports of US beef and pork were lower than a year ago, according to data released by USDA and compiled by USMEF.
ZandbergenVerified Black Angus recognition for 1788 Beef
THE NETHERLANDS, Veenendaal. As of June 2019, all beef under the 1788 Australian Grain Fed Beef brand is recognized with the verified Black Angus Beef certification by the angus society of Australia.
Beyond MeatShares jump up 8%
USA, El Segundo, CA. Shares of the company jumped 8% after the company said it has signed a deal to start producing its plant-based meat substitutes in Europe next year.
Food CostsWhat does ASF mean for protein prices in the US?
THE NETHERLANDS, Utrecht. Rabobank expects food costs in the US to increase in the second half of the year, as protein prices are impacted by stronger export demand following the African Swine Fever (ASF) outbreak.
LivestockUS herd slowdown good news for cattle prices
AUSTRALIA, North Sydney. While South America is expanding its export footprint, particularly into Asia, the US remains Australia’s principal beef competitor in global markets.
TradeExport volumes persist
AUSTRALIA, Sydney. Australian beef exports in April reflected the elevated pace of cattle slaughter, as shipments totalled 98,648 t shipped weight (swt), up 12% on the year prior.
FairIFFA 2019 - where tradition meets high-tech
GERMANY, Frankfurt. For six days, IFFA, the leading international trade fair for the meat industry, showed how the sector is getting fit for the future.
RinderherdeAustralischer Bestand bricht ein
CANBERRA Die anhaltende Dürre sowie die starken Überschwemmungen in Queensland haben dem australischen Erzeugung von Rindfleisch spürbar zugesetzt.
LivestockCattle industry weathers tough start to 2019
AUSTRALIA, Sydney. National beef cattle herd revised down due to drought and floods.
MarketFebruary exports below year-ago levels for US pork and beef
USA, Washington. February exports of US pork and beef fell below last year’s, according to statistics released by USDA and compiled by the US Meat Export Federation (USMEF).
ResearchRisk of Botulism from chilled, VP/MAP fresh meat
UNITED KINGDOM, London. The first project OF BMPA is now at a stage where initial findings can be published: Risk Assessment of Botulism from Chilled, VP/MAP (Vacuum Packed/Modified Atmosphere Packed) Fresh Meat held at 3°C to 8°C.
OutlookImproved employment drives Australian meat market
UNITED KINGDOM, London. Riding on improved employment rate coupled with growing household consumption, the Australian meat market is expected to grow.
FairSummit’s focus is on reform of government functions
CHINA, Shanghai. The summit International Import& Export Food policy, Laws and Regulations Summit(IFPS) is initiated by CIQA.
ForecastIndonesian meat market worth $ 4.2bn by 2023
UNITED KINGDOM, London. Fuelled by a positive economic growth supported by heavy investments, the Indonesian meat market is expected to grow.
TradeOpportunities for US agricultural exports in Taiwan
USA, Washington. Taiwan is an important trading partner and offers many opportunities for sales of US food and agricultural products.
OutlookIndian meat market grows at CAGR of 9.3% over 2018-2023
UNITED KINGDOM, London. A steady economic progress coupled with rising disposable income is set to drive the Indian meat sector, says GlobalData.
ReportAsia-Pacific will be the driver
THE UNITED KINGDOM, London. Demand for meat products with health and wellness claims set to increase in APAC, says GlobalData.