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ForecastHow will cultured meat and alternatives disrupt the industry?
USA, Chicago. A number of meat alternatives are evolving, each with the potential to disrupt the multibillion-dollar global meat industry.
MEAL-StudyWhat’s in the food?
GERMANY, Berlin. Federal Minister Klöckner has what is really in prepared food investigated - the world's most comprehensive study.
ScienceControl spread of ASF with nuclear-derived techniques
AUSTRIA, Vienna. The pork industry in Vietnam has escaped the recent wave of ASF and other animal diseases hitting Southeast Asia thanks to quick action by researchers at the National Centre for Veterinary Diagnosis (NCVD).The research team has been using training and equipment obtained thro
WarningOutbreak of ASF threatens to spread from China to other Asian countries
ITALY, Rome. Outbreak of African swine fever threatens to spread from China to other Asian countries. FAO urges regional collaboration including stronger monitoring and preparedness measures.
IamoDelegation travels to Moscow for discussions
GERMANY, Halle (Saale). The institute starts co-operation negotiations with research institutes and organizations in Russia.
Grüne WocheOver 2,000 representatives debated at the GFFA
GERMANY, Berlin. Conclusion of the 10h Global Forum for Food and Agriculture (GFFA): Ensuring food security through sustainable livestock farming.
Avian fluNew outbreaks noted
USA, Minneapolis, Minnesota. At the same time, USDA OK's DNA poultry vaccine.
FrutaromWomen get help to increase annatto crop
ISRAEL, Herzliya. Growing demand for annatto coloring creates a unique ecosystem.
EFSAChina and Europe work together
ITALY, Parma. EFSA and CFSA will sign an Memorandum of Cooperation at China’s International Food Safety & Quality Conference + Expo, which opens its doors from 2–3 November in Shanghai.
Food SafetyNorth America is clouded by low-pathogenic AI
ITALY, Rome. Several cases of H5 avian influenza in poultry had been confirmed in the US and Canada.
Food SafetyHelp to manage E. coli risk
ITALY, Rome. A number of studies have suggested that diet and feed influence shedding on E. coli in cattle.
StudyUnravelling the complex web of global food trade
USA, Minneapolis Growing global trade is critically important for providing food when and where it’s needed – but it makes it harder to link the benefits of food and the environmental burden of its production.
QualityBeirut slaughterhouse beyond repair
LEBANON, Beirut Beirut's notorious government-run slaughterhouse will not meet required health standards even after its renovations are completed, necessitating the construction of a new facility, Industry Minister Hussein Hajj Hasan told FAO.
Meat prices rise as FAO price index decreases
ITALY, Rome The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nation's (FAO's) monthly food-price index registered dropped again in August, maintaining its five-month downward run and reaching its lowest level since September 2010.
Texas A&M System joins forces with FAO
ITALY, Rome The Texas A&M University System and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) agreed to work together to combat world hunger by building capacity for sustainable agriculture and natural resource management in developing countries.
“Top Ten” list of food-borne parasites released
ITALY, Rome A "Top Ten" list identifying the food-borne parasites of greatest global concern has been released, and new guidelines are being developed to control them.
January food price index falls
ITALY, Rome The Food Price Index fell in January for the first time in three months, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations reported. The index averaged 203.4 points for the month, down 1.3% from December and 4.4% compared to a year ago.
FAO reports steady meat prices
ITALY, Rome A third consecutive fall in global food prices during the month of July was largely driven by lower international prices for grains, soy and palm oil, according to the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO).