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AppointmentChanges in management team
NORTHERN IRELAND, Craigavon. Moy Park has announced two new senior appointments, bolstering its management team.
EuropeDanish Crown claims to be prepared for Brexit
DENMARK, Randers. Many companies are still afraid of the Brexit, Danish Crown is now supposedly ready for England to leave the EU.
IrelandBeef sector starting to return to normal
IRELAND, Dublin. The Irish beef industry is beginning to exhibit signs of normalcy following months of protests outside processing plants.
CattleTime for factories to step up on base price
IRELAND, Dublin. IFA President Joe Healy says that while base price was discussed at the talks no price could be agreed due to Ireland’s flawed competition law.
MarketBeef export growth for South America
AUSTRALIA, North Sydney. South America continues to build momentum, with improving market access, growing herds and undervalued currency favouring exports.
GovernmentIFA: Immediate ban on pork from ASF countries
IRELAND, Dublin. Following reports that a meat processor is involved in importing pork from Poland IFA demands an immediate ban on any pork imports from countries affected by ASF.
FSAIIrish food authorities develop DNA scanning tool
IRELAND, Dublin. The new scanning tool is able to identify the entire DNA content of a food.
UniteWorkers union wants a clear statement
GREAT BRITAIN, London. Government urged not to sell out UK food workers as ‘chlorinated chicken threatens jobs’, warns Unite
BMPABritish meat industry ‘in panic’ over no-deal Brexit
THE UNITED KINGDOM, London. A "sense of panic" is gripping the British meat industry as overseas customers are reportedly considering other options as the UK’s exit from Europe approaches.
Pilgrim’s PrideQ2/19 report published
USA, Greeley, Colo. Pilgrim’s Pride Corporation reports second quarter 2019 financial results.
DrobimexPolish meat business expands production
POLAND, Szczecin. Polish poultry meat producer and processor Drobimex managed to expand its production by 12% in the first half of 2019, and plans to increase its capacities in the coming years.
SustainabilityDunbia reports progress in cutting emissions
NORTHERN IRELAND, Dungannon. The group is on course to meet water, energy use and CO2 emission reduction targets by 2025.
ExportJapanese market opens to Irish sheepmeat
IRELAND, Dublin. The Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Michael Creed confirmed that Ireland has secured access to the Japanese market for sheepmeat.
VirusTraces of ASF found in Northern Ireland
NORTHERN IRELAND, Belfast. Traces of the virus were detected in illegally imported meat in Northern Ireland.
IFAIrish farmers slam lamb retail prices
IRELAND, Dublin. The Irish Farmers Association (IFA) has accused processors and retailers of keeping margins to themselves at the expense of its members.
IrelandIrish businesses prepare for Brexit
IRELAND, Dublin. Irish food businesses are making progress on their preparations for Brexit, a new report has found.
AgricultureEU approves aid for beef producers
BELGIUM, Brussels. Irish beef producers will receive €50 million from the EU agriculture budget. The EU Member States agree to the aid measure.
Trade£230 mill. boost for British beef
UNITED KINGDOM, London. British beef producers are set to enter the Chinese market by end of the year.
IndykpolPolish poultry business to invest in expansion
POLAND, Olsztyn. The poultry meat producer and processor is declaring plans to spend around €16.3 mill. on investments in increasing and modernising its production capacity this year.