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EnvironmentB+LNZ annual meeting highlights sector’s focus
NEW ZEALAND, Timaru. B+LNZ annual meeting in Timaru has focused on how the conversation on food has changed and how the country’s sheep and beef sector is using that to build a premium for New Zealand beef and lamb.
DataAnimal health put under the microscope
NEW ZEALAND, Wellington. A newly launched resource is helping farmers undertake a comprehensive review of their animal health stewardship to identify risks and improve farm productivity and profitability.
USMEFTrade with Japan is important
USA, Arlington, Virginia. USMEF Economist Erin Borror explained that Japan is the leading value destination for both US beef and pork.
SustainabilityNew Zealand world leader in reducing emissions from livestock
NEW ZEALAND, Palmerston North. NZAGRC has welcomed the findings of an independent review, which concluded the centre is a scientific success.
Food SafetyAustralia and New Zealand create a GFSI local group
FRANCE, Paris. The GFSI announces the formation of a Local Group in Australia and New Zealand as part of its regional outreach model.
DealAgreement on post-Brexit regulatory continuity
NEW ZEALAND, Wellington. The Meat Industry Association (MIA) and Beef + Lamb New Zealand (B+LNZ) welcome Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s announcement that a Veterinary Agreement between the United Kingdom and New Zealand has been signed in London.
Meatless FarmFrozen range to be launched
THE UNITED KINGDOM, Leeds. UK-based alternative protein start-up is set to launch a frozen product range into the US and Australasian markets for the first time.
CPTPPAustralia joins as sixth nation
AUSTRALIA, Barton. The Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) has been concluded after Australia became the sixth and final nation to complete its ratification.
FleischhandelNeuseelands Exporteure erlösen Rekorde
WELLINGTON Schaf- und Rindfleisch aus dem Inselstaat war in den vergangen zwölf Monaten international gefragt und sorgte für gute Geschäfte.
Lamb and Beef2018/19 exports forecast breaks $3 bn.
NEW ZEALAND, Wellington. As the 2018/19 meat export season begins, Beef + Lamb New Zealand’s (B+LNZ) New Season Outlook 2018-19 report forecasts beef, lamb, and mutton prices to remain firm at historically high levels, helped by an expected weakening New Zealand dollar and strong export demand.
OutlookForecast for agriculture
NEW ZEALAND, Wellington. Alternative proteins and artificial meat and the implications for New Zealand’s agricultural sector are targeted in a special topic by the Treasury.
Impossible FoodsThe first airline to offer plant-based burgers
USA, Redwood City, Cal. It is available to business class passengers ordering from the Business Premier menu on flights from LA to New Zealand.
CobbNew Planning Director for Asia-Pacific
USA, Siloam Springs, Ark. Eric Leow has been appointed as planning director for the Cobb Asia-Pacific region.
WBCTeam Ireland is top
NORTHERN IRELAND, Belfast. A team with butchers from Northern Ireland and Ireland competing have been named the best in the world at the 2018 World Butchers’ Challenge.
FreihandelsabkommenExporteure begrüßen CPTPP-Unterzeichnung
BONN Elf Pazifikanrainer unterzeichnen Vertrag zur neuen Freihandelszone CPTPP - Schlachtunternehmen in Kanada und Ozeanien versprechen sich Vorteile.
TPPNZ’s meat industry will benefit
NEW ZEALAND, Wellington. New Zealand's beef and lamb producers are competing for a bigger market share in Japan as the tariffs on these products are going to be reduced.
Natural CasingsNew Zealand resumes shipments to China
NEW ZEALAND, Wellington. Natural casings from New Zealand have traditionally been in high demand in China.
New ZealandMeat exports dropped in 2017
NEW ZEALAND, Wellington. New Zealand’s average export prices of beef and veal are expected to be slightly lower in 2018 due to a plentiful supply of global exportable supplies.
Hilton Food GroupEnterprise to expand packing capability to New Zealand
ENGLAND, Huntingdon. Construction of a new meat processing facility in Auckland is planned.