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World Meat Congress: Nachhaltiges Ernähren geht nur gemeinsam
FRANKFURT Vom 15. bis zum 16. Juni 2014 schaute die Fleischbranche nach Peking: Dort fand der 20. World Meat Congress statt. Um die Welt nachhaltig ernähren zu können, muss die Branche eng zusammen arbeiten.
CPC joins Agriculture Minister Ritz in China
CANADA, Ottawa The Canadian Pork Council (CPC) recently participated in two key events in China in support of Canadian pork producer interests at the world level.
Investment for bovine tubercolosis monitoring
CANADA, Ottawa Robert Sopuck, Member of Parliament for Dauphin – Swan River – Marquette, on behalf of Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz, announced an investment of $297,000 to the Manitoba Beef Producers to improve the tools available for monitoring bovine tuberculosis in livestock in the Riding Mountain Eradication Area of Manitoba.
Canada threatens trade retaliations against COOL
CANADA, Ottawa Canadian agriculture minister Gerry Ritz said his country is serious about seeking retaliatory tariffs if the United States fails to change its country-of-origin meat labelling law (COOL).
Canada asks for new WTO review of COOL
CANADA, Ottawa, Ontario Canada has asked the World Trade Organization to take another look at the United States' rules for labelling meat with its country of origin, seeking to defend its livestock farmers who have lost sales to US packers.
Canada expands meat export to Nicaragua
CANADA, Ottawa Canadian livestock producers will benefit from more export opportunities in the Americas. The Canadian Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz and the Minister of International Trade and Minister for the Asia-Pacific Gateway Ed Fast announced that Nicaragua has approved imports of beef and pork from Canada.
Tax deferrals for more livestock producers
CANADA, Ottawa More livestock producers in British Columbia, Alberta, Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec will have financial breathing room to help them cope with the effects of extremely dry growing conditions on forage yields. Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz announced that the list of designated areas eligible for tax deferrals has been expanded.
Market Access for Canadian Beef to Peru restored
CANADA, Ottawa Canadian beef producers will benefit from newly restored market access to Peru, Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz and International Trade Minister Ed Fast announced. The Peruvian market has been reopened for Canadian bone-in beef under 30 months of age, boneless beef of all ages, and offal.
Vietnam reopens access for Canadian cattle
fleischwirtschaft.com - OTTAWA - For the first time since 2003, an Asian market has opened its doors to Canadian live breeding cattle, sheep and goats. Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz and International Trade Minister Ed Fast made the announcement that trade with the Vietnamese market will resume immediately.
Government of Canada strengthens Food Safety system
CANADA, Ottawa fleischwirtschaft.com - CANADA, Ottawa. Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz announced that the Government of Canada has taken yet another step to strengthen Canada's food safety system by appointing seven advisors to the Ministerial Advisory Board (MAB) of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA).
New markets for Canadian livestock producers
CANADA, Ottawa fleischwirtschaft.com - CANADA, Ottawa. Canadian breeding cattle are back in Colombia after almost 10 years of trade restrictions, Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz announced.
Agriculture heads state about trade barriers
USA Agriculture officials from the United States, Canada and Mexico urged the international community in a written statement not to use the outbreak of the H1N1 human influenza as a reason to create trade restrictions.
Saudi Arabia will reopen beef market for Canada
SAUDI ARABIA, Riyadh Canadian beef exporters will have access to the Saudi Arabian market for the first time since 2003.
Canada to begin WTO consultations on U.S. COOL
CANADA The Government of Canada is seeking formal consultations with the United States under the World Trade Organization (WTO) dispute settlement process on country-of-origin labelling (COOL) measures.