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Corona OutbreakWestvlees will not be closed for the time being
BELGIUM, Staden. The Belgian slaughterhouse is able to continue production under restrictions, although many employees are infected.
ASFTwo new outbreaks in Poland
POLAND, Warsaw. The virus has been detected in domestic pigs on a farm near the German-Polish border - a large farm in eastern Poland is also affected.
OutbreakTransmission is possible over long distances
GERMANY, Braunschweig. The transmissions responsible für the outbreaks in German meat cutting plants took place over long distances in air-conditioned working areas.
OutbreakCorona at Wiesenhof
GERMANY, Visbek. The virus has now also been discovered in a Wiesenhof farm of the PHW Group in Lower Saxony.
OutbreakASF hits piglet producer
POLAND, Warsaw. Swine fever has been detected in a large holding in Poland. The sow farmer is located about 70 km from the German border.
OutbreakASF shapes global meat trade for next decade
UNITED KINGDOM, London. A major CEO in the sector discusses market changes to Global Data due to swine fever.
CPFThai processor downplays ASF impact
THAILAND, Bangkok. Thai processor Charoen Pokphand Foods has insisted that multiple ASF outbreaks in Asia have had no adverse effect on the business.
OutbreakFirst case of ASF in the Philippines
PHILIPPINES, Manila. ASF continues to spread and has reached Manila. Import controls are now being stepped up.
OutbreakUSDA shifts emergency funds to virulent Newcastle disease
USA, California. Perdue is making available an additional $45 mill. to APHIS to address the ongoing virulent Newcastle disease (vND) outbreak.
OutbreakAfrican Swine Fever in China
CHINA, Liaoning. The Chinese authorities reported an outbreak of ASF in domestic pigs in Liaoning region, north east China in the beginning of August.
MarketBird flu results in stock shortages
THE NETHERLANDS, Utrecht. China has options to tackle stock shortages caused by bird flu in Europe.
PoultryAI outbreaks put pressure on global poultry markets
THE NETHERLANDS, Utrecht H5 and H7 strains of avian influenza have gained a foothold on the world stage with serious implications for global markets for poultry.
Animal diseasesRussia alarmed over PEDv outbreaks in Ukraine
RUSSIA, Moscow Russian veterinary body Rosselkhoznadzor has sent a request to the veterinary service of Ukraine to conduct investigations into several outbreaks of PEDv in the country.
EU signals WTO action against SBV-related bans
BELGIUM, Brussels The European Union (EU) has signalled it is prepared to launch World Trade Organisation (WTO) dispute actions should non-EU governments impose import bans on European meat and livestock over Schmallenberg virus (SBV) outbreaks.
Switzerland bans Egyptian seeds over E.coli fears
BERN Switzerland has banned imports of certain beans and sprouts from Egypt, after the European Union blamed Egyptian fenugreek seeds for the deadly E.coli outbreaks in France and Germany.
Fenugreek sprouts linked in E.coli outbreaks
PARMA/STOCKHOLM A joint assessment by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) and the European Centre for Disease Control (ECDC) declared that fenugreek sprouts imported from Egypt are the most likely connection between the French cases and previous outbreak in Germany.
Salmonella remains on the top of food-borne outbreaks
ITALY, Parma EFSA and ECDC have published their Community Summary Report on Food-borne Outbreaks in the EU in 2007.