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KoreaA new fair will open its doors
SOUTH KOREA, Seoul. Food Industry Technology Show Korea celebrates its premiere in 2020.
TradeChina now a pillar to global meat markets
AUSTRALIA, North Sydney. While China has always been a large animal protein market due to its sheer size (representing an estimated 46% of global pork consumption, 15% of poultry, 11% of beef and 33% of sheepmeat in 2018), its growing importance as an importer is evidenced across most meat proteins.
TradeCattle prices out of step with North and South America
AUSTRALIA, Sydney. Limited supply of slaughter-ready cattle and strong demand in key export markets has kept the pressure on finished cattle prices.
TradeDutch partnership for the poultry sector in Indonesia
THE NETHERLANDS, Amsterdam. The partnership named FoodTechIndonesia, has been formally launched at the VIV Asia exhibition in Bangkok.
Pilgrim’s PrideNew Head of International Sales appointed
USA, Greeley, Colo. Chaz Wilson is the new leader of international sales and logistics for Pilgrim’s USA.
Danish CrownCompany boosts sales in Southeast Asia
DENMARK, Randers. The Danish Crown Group is establishing a head office for the region in Vietnam.
AustraliaHighest mutton exports in 20 years
AUSTRALIA, North Sydney Australian mutton exports finished 2014 with the largest monthly volume since November 1994 and 9% higher year-on-year, hitting 20,309 t swt in December.
Avian flu looks to shake up 2015
THE NETHERLANDS, Utrecht Global issues such as avian flu and trade restrictions remain on the horizon for 2015 and will have a big impact on global poultry trade. Regions affected by avian flu outbreaks, like the EU and Canada, will suffer from lost export markets and this will affect local prices.
New bird flu strain in SE Asia
ITALY, Rome A recently-emerged strain of avian influenza virus in poultry in Southeast Asia represents a new threat to animal health and livelihoods and must be closely monitored, the United Nation's Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) has warned.
FAO Food Price Index up slightly in September
ITALY, Rome The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations said the FAO Food Price Index stood at 216 points in September, up 1.4%, or 3 points, compared with 213 points in August.
Dynamics of Australia's beef exports changing
AUSTRALIA MLA International Market and Economic Services General Manager Dr. Peter Barnard said there are positive signs in markets such as Russia, the Middle East, South East Asia and China at a time Australia's mature markets are struggling.
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.
Australian beef exports lower in 2009
AUSTRALIA fleischwirtschaft.com - AUSTRALIA. Australian beef and veal exports for the 2009 calendar year totalled 927,277 tonnes (shipped weight) - 3% below the previous year and 1% back on the average for the past five years, according to figures from the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Foresty.
Record Australian beef exports in 2008
AUSTRALIA A record volume of Australian beef and veal was exported during 2008, despite a slow start to the year and the high Australian Dollar ($A) during the first six months.
Insight into China's massive red meat market
AUSTRALIA Australia's red meat industry has launched its most significant push to date into the booming Chinese red meat market.
Argentine farmers block beef supply
AUSTRALIA As the current impasse between the Argentine Government and farmers continues, food supply has been cut off from the cities and exports of beef have largely ceased.