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ExpansionA new office to expand its presence in Asia
SINGAPORE, Singapore. Hiperbaric launched a Regional Office in Singapore earlier this year following an increase of the demand of the High Pressure Technology in Asia Pacific Region.
ExpansionBettcher aquires Cantrell
USA, Gainesville. The acquisition represents continuing expansion of Bettcher’s equipment offerings for the poultry processing industry.
MeasuresNPPC commends USDA for ASF action
USA, Washington. NPPC applauded additional measures announced today by the USDA to prevent the spread of ASF to the United States.
ASFUS introduces new prevention measures
USA, Washington DC. The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has introduced additional steps to keep African swine fever (ASF) from entering the country.
IIRRegistration is now open for the Congress 2019
CANADA, Montreal. With over 1,000 abstracts selected covering all fields of refrigeration, the 25th International Congress of Refrigeration (ICR 2019) is expected to surpass the success of previous congresses.
USMEFTrade with Japan is important
USA, Arlington, Virginia. USMEF Economist Erin Borror explained that Japan is the leading value destination for both US beef and pork.
HogSecond-ever report case of PED Virus
Canada, Alberta. A 600-head farrow-to-finish hog operation in Alberta has contracted the porcine epidemic diarrhea (PED) virus, a disease that causes diarrhea and vomiting in pigs. Alberta Pork is working closely with Alberta Agriculture and Forestry to fully investigate this outbreak and pr
Animal HealthChanges to transport requirements
CANADA, Ottawa. This marks an important achievement with the publication of amendments to the Health of Animals Regulations (Part XII) on animal transportation.
Tyson FoodsBeef and Prepared Foods benefited in QI
USA, Springdale, Ark. The Chicken and Pork units struggled due to difficult market conditions.
Best PracticesNSF introduces Global Animal Wellness Standards
USA, Ann Arbor. The standards establish practices for management systems to ensure animal welfare, health, feed, housing and husbandry.
Restaurant Brands InternationalLeadership changes
CANADA, Toronto. The company has announced a shakeup in its leadership team.
GrowthTyson announces executive changes
USA, Springdale, Ark. As part of the integration of recently acquired Keystone Foods and the company’s global growth efforts, Tyson Foods, Inc. announced changes to the enterprise leadership team.
AppointmentZinpro names Cibele Torres as Poultry Research Nutritionist
USA, Eden Prairie. She provides poultry nutrition research support to customers and helps direct the company’s poultry nutrition research for these areas.
OverviewShort-term outlook for EU meat markets
BELGIUM, Brussels. A continued small increase in beef production and higher imports are expected to lead to a slightly higher utilisation of beef. Pigmeat supply grows while exports struggle to follow, keeping prices down.
BrexitThe EU may export less pork to the UK
UNITED KINGDOM, London. The pork production in UK is growing.
AssumptionsCMC contradicts Canada Food Price 2019 Report
CANADA, Ottawa, On. The misleading report makes assumptions of red meat industry pricing, which the CMC opposes.
SustainabilityMaple Leaf urges action on climate change
CANADA, Mississauga. Maple Leaf Foods reinforced its commitment to environmental leadership as one of 50 major global businesses, and the only protein company, which have published an open letter to the world's governments urging greater collaboration in the fight against climate change.
StatementNPPC testifies in support of USMCA
USA, Washington. Exports of US pork and other American agricultural goods to Canada and Mexico are expected to grow under the new US-Mexico-Canada Agreement, the National Pork Producers Council (NPPC) testified at a hearing on the trade deal held by the International Trade Commission (ITC).
EconomyTrade war has implications on pork consumption
USA, Chicago. Americans are losing their taste for chicken and eating more beef and pork as President Trump’s trade wars reduce US pork exports to China and Mexico and leave cheaper bacon and ribs at home.