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TradeCattle prices out of step with North and South America
AUSTRALIA, Sydney. Limited supply of slaughter-ready cattle and strong demand in key export markets has kept the pressure on finished cattle prices.
StatisticsApril beef and pork exports below 2018 levels
USA, Washington. April exports of US beef and pork were lower than a year ago, according to data released by USDA and compiled by USMEF.
Food CostsWhat does ASF mean for protein prices in the US?
THE NETHERLANDS, Utrecht. Rabobank expects food costs in the US to increase in the second half of the year, as protein prices are impacted by stronger export demand following the African Swine Fever (ASF) outbreak.
MarketFebruary exports below year-ago levels for US pork and beef
USA, Washington. February exports of US pork and beef fell below last year’s, according to statistics released by USDA and compiled by the US Meat Export Federation (USMEF).
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.
TradeOpportunities for US agricultural exports in Taiwan
USA, Washington. Taiwan is an important trading partner and offers many opportunities for sales of US food and agricultural products.
MergerH&C Automated Solutions welcomes Milmeq capabilities
NEW ZEALAND, Hastings. The Mercer Group-owned company recently acquired the chilling and freezing business of New Zealand engineering company Milmeq.
OutlookChina pork shortage looms
AUSTRALIA, Sydney. African Swine Fever (ASF) has continued to spread across China in 2019, rattling global markets.
New ZealandBeef and lamb can benefit
NEW ZEALAND, Timaru. Meat from New Zealand could benefit from consumers’ demands over provenance, welfare and the environment, Beef + Lamb New Zealand (B+LNZ) has claimed.
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.
ExportRed meat sector welcomes Indonesia trade agreement
AUSTRALIA, St. Leonards. AMIC welcomes the signing of a trade agreement between Australia and Indonesia, the latest in a series of free trade agreements.
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.
CPFEyeing overseas markets for duck meat
THAILAND, Bangkok. The company is set to tap the demand for duck meat by targeting the Hong Kong, South Korea and Australian export markets.
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.
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
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.
OverviewShort-term outlook for EU meat markets
BELGIUM, Brussels. A continued small increase in beef production and higher imports are expected to lead to a slightly higher utilisation of beef. Pigmeat supply grows while exports struggle to follow, keeping prices down.