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CoronavirusEgypt and Jordan suspend import of Chinese foods
JORDAN, Amman; EGYPT, Cairo. Two countries in the Middle East have suspended import of some Chinese food products to soothe public concerns in light of the COVID-19 outbreak.
ExportCherkizovo is marketing by-products
RUSSIA, Moscow. The group presents an international array of by-products.
USDAASF increases global beef imports
USA, Washington. The decline in pork production is leading to demand for beef.
ExpansionHuhtamaki starts flexible packaging manufacturing in Egypt
EGYPT, Cairo. The company inaugurates its new, state-of-the-art flexible packaging unit.
Middle EastCobb Europe appoints Saudi Arabia distributor
UNITED KINGDOM, Colchester, Essex. Al-Watania Poultry Company signed a distributor agreement with Cobb Europe for the territories of Saudi Arabia.
USAPork exort value increased significantly
USA, Denver, Colorado. July beef and pork export volumes higher year-over-year.
BrazilBeef sales to Arabs increased
BRAZIL, São Paulo. Exports to the region totaled USD 97 mill. in July.
Innovation platform for aquaculture in Egypt launched
MALAYSIA, Penang On 12 January 2014, WorldFish launched a new innovation platform to help plan for future growth of the highly successful Egyptian aquaculture sector.
Surge in Brazil's beef exports
BRAZIL, Brasilia Brazilian beef exports have soared as a result of strong demand from Russia and a weakening of the Brazilian real.
Loss of the Russian market influenced US meat exports
USA, Washington DC Following statistics released by USDA and compiled by the US Meat Export Federation (USMEF) the inability of the United States to ship beef and pork to Russia continues to put a damper on US red meat exports this year.
Ban of Brazilian beef
AUSTRALIA, Sydney The recent positive result of an atypical case of BSE in Brazil has resulted in restrictions on Brazilian beef across numerous export markets. The case occurred in Parana state in December 2010, with the result published in early December 2012. Japan, China, South Africa, Saudi Arabia, Egypt and South Korea have all temporarily banned Brazilian beef imports.
Egypt inspections provoking discussions
AUSTRALIA, Canberra In a move to calm an issue that is threatening to turn into a populist political bun fight, Australia's Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (DAFF) has issued a statement relating to cattle exports to Egypt, confirming that Australian animals there will only have their ears removed after they have been slaughtered.
Farming poultry in deserts may reduce bird flu risks
EGYPT, Cairo Fleischwirtschaft.com – EGYPT, Cairo. Egypt's Desert Research Center (DRC) has called on the government to support rolling out poultry farms in desert regions, following the success of a pilot project to reduce avian flu transmission to humans.
FMD outbreak impacts livestock sector
fleischwirschaft.com - EGYPT, Cairo. In 2012, the calf crop in Egypt is forecast to decrease by 18% to 1,402 thousand head compared to 1,708 thousand head in 2011 due to the spread of the "SAT2" strain of Foot and Mouth Disease (FMDV-SAT2).
Switzerland bans Egyptian seeds over E.coli fears
BERN Switzerland has banned imports of certain beans and sprouts from Egypt, after the European Union blamed Egyptian fenugreek seeds for the deadly E.coli outbreaks in France and Germany.
EU bans Egyptian seeds after E.coli report
BRUSSELS The EU has banned the import of seeds from Egypt, including fenugreek seeds, after a study of the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) and the European Centre for Disease Control (ECDC) identified them as the probable cause of recent E.coli 104 H4 outbreaks which killed 48 people in Germany, sickened about 4000 and affected 15 people in France.
Fenugreek sprouts linked in E.coli outbreaks
PARMA/STOCKHOLM A joint assessment by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) and the European Centre for Disease Control (ECDC) declared that fenugreek sprouts imported from Egypt are the most likely connection between the French cases and previous outbreak in Germany.
Despite unrest, U.S. beef exports to Middle East grow
DENVER fleischwirtschaft.com - DENVER. U.S. beef exports to the Middle East grew by more than one-third in volume and more than 75% in value - exceeding $260 million. With political and social unrest affecting several Middle Eastern countries in 2011, many observers questioned whether U.S. beef exports to the region would continue to grow.