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Carnbrooke MeatsNew processing facility
NORTHERN IRELAND, Lisburn. The Northern Ireland-based meat processor has been given approval for major expansion plans.
ApplicationIncreased animal welfare generated through data
DENMARK, Copenhagen. Through an international cooperation, the Danish Technological Institute will exploit data to create increased animal welfare at all stages in pig production.
FairSummit’s focus is on reform of government functions
CHINA, Shanghai. The summit International Import& Export Food policy, Laws and Regulations Summit(IFPS) is initiated by CIQA.
CalculationBrexit losses stand at € 100 Mill. for beef farmers
IRELAND, Dublin. Addressing the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Agriculture, IFA President Joe Healy said IFA has calculated that beef farmers have already incurred Brexit losses of €101 Mill. since last autumn.
TrendsThe rise of the ‘Conscious’ consumer in Ireland
IRELAND, Dublin. This influx brings the consumers deemed ‘Conscious’ or ‘Concerned’ to nearly half the adult population in Ireland.
LivestockIFA accuses factories of sabotage on cattle prices
IRELAND, Dublin. IFA President Joe Healy said there was a concerted effort by the meat factories to drive down the price of cattle.
SustainabilityCompany launches plastics strategy
NORTHERN IRELAND, Craigavon. Moy Park has launched an ambitious new campaign to tackle the use of plastics and packaging across its business and the industry.
BrexitCattle farmes facing financial ruin
IRELAND, Dublin. IFA National Livestock Chairman Angus Woods said farmers selling cattle at the current unviable prices are shipping major financial losses and facing financial ruin.
FinnebrogueInvestment in nitrite-free bacon
NORTHERN IRELAND, Downpatrick. The meat processor is to create up to 125 new jobs.
AuditNew certification for grass-fed meat
IRELAND, Dublin. Irish beef, sheep and dairy farmers can now get certification from PFLA for 100% grass-fed meat and dairy.
Food SafetyFSAI first with new DNA food scanning tool
IRELAND, Dublin. The FSAI worked with a commercial laboratory (Identigen) over the past two years in adapting a relatively new DNA sequencing technology known as “next generation sequencing”.
CattleIFA prepares for beef crisis
IRELAND, Dublin. President Joe Healy said the IFA will hold an intensive lobby of all TDs and Senators on the beef crisis.
FoodservicePortion-controlled lamb steaks
THE NETHERLANDS, Veenendaal. Jan Zandbergen BV has a new meat brand for the food service: Everlamb. The brand contains a wide range of frozen lamb for the catering industry. The portioned steaks offer professional chefs several advantages.The lamb is cut precisely and into standard portions. For the cat
BrexitEU market closes, while UK will see food price inflation
THE NETHERLANDS, Utrecht. In the absence of a Brexit deal the UK will become a 'third country' to the EU on 30 March 2019. In practice, this will mean that UK companies lose access to the EU market for exports of most agricultural products.
BusinessPig sector spiralling deeper into financial crisis
IRELAND, Dublin. IFA Pigs Committee Chairman Tom Hogan has called on the pig factories to recognise the devastating consequences of paying below the cost of production.
BrexitNo-Deal has massive influence on Ireland
IRELAND, Dublin. IFA President Joe Healy said the clear view of farm leaders was that a ‘no deal’ Brexit would be a disaster for farmers in Ireland & the UK and must be avoided.
InsightWhat’s in store for food and drink in 2019
IRELAND, Dublin. The major trends that will reshape the way that we source, produce and consume food over the next five to ten years will be driving forces for change, and successful food and drink companies will be those that can adapt to meet these changing consumer needs.
TradeJapan opens market to British beef and lamb
UNITED KINGDOM, Kenilworth. UK exporters are set to benefit from a multimillion pound boost as Japan today opened its market to imports of UK lamb and beef.
LabelsNutri-Score and Traffic Light
THE NETHERLANDS, Utrecht. Front-of-pack nutritional labelling is stirring up emotions. Retailers in mainland Europe are gravitating towards the Nutri-Score label.