Alle Nachrichten und Hintergründe
Alle Nachrichten und Hintergründe
FairIFFA 2019 - where tradition meets high-tech
GERMANY, Frankfurt. For six days, IFFA, the leading international trade fair for the meat industry, showed how the sector is getting fit for the future.
FairIFFA 2019 is the impulse generator for the meat industry
GERMANY, Frankfurt. IFFA 2019 has opened its doors in Frankfurt am Main with 1,039 exhibitors from 49 countries, including all market leaders, and significantly more exhibition space.
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.
ProductionRising ASF losses to lift all protein boats
THE NETHERLANDS, Utrecht. Production losses from ASF have eclipsed initial estimates. The Chinese pork production shortfall will create challenges and opportunities for animal protein exporters.
BeefEU criticises Polish production control mechanisms
BELGIUM, Brussels. The European Commission has released a report on the audit of Poland’s beef production control mechanisms following the country’s sick cow slaughter scandal.
IncreaseEU pig prices pick up the pace
UNITED KINGDOM, London. The pig price continued increasing during March with the reference price increasing €6.70 to average €142.62/100kg.
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.
GrowthModerate increase in exports of Belgian pork meat
BELGIUM, Brussels. In 2018, 1.07 mill. t of pork were produced commercially in Belgium, about 1% more than a year ago.
BusinessCargill reports fiscal 2019 third-quarter results
USA, Minneapolis. The earnings of the company eclipse prior year due to cost efficiencies and other savings.
TönniesGaining market share
GERMANY, Rheda-Wiedenbrück. At its annual press conference, the Tönnies Group reported on its sustainable development in the financial year 2018, its strategy for growthand key questions in the meat industry.
ResultsPHW Group records increased turnover
GERMANY, Visbek. Turnover did grow by 4.1% from €2.48 bn. to €2.58 bn.There was a further increase in the investment volume from €191.3 mill. to €232.5 mill. predominantly in German locations and new business segments.
LabelFood safety does not depend on origin
AUSTRIA, Vienna. Katharina Koßdorff, Managing Director of the Association of the Food Industry, comments on the plan of the Federal Ministry for Sustainability and Tourism to introduce a mandatory national indication of origin for processed foods.
Food SafetyPoland to employ more inspectors to prevent suspect meat exports
POLAND, Warsaw. Polish authorities will install cameras in slaughterhouses and employ more health inspectors to prevent exports of contaminated beef to other EU countries, chief veterinarian Pawel Niemczuk said.
Food SafetyEpisode of fraudulent beef: "The alert system worked well"
FRANCE, Paris. Loïc Evain, Deputy Director General of Food at the Ministry of Agriculture commented on the episode of fraudulent beef from a slaughterhouse in Poland, and whose ministry managed to trace, in less than 3 days, the 795 kg on French territory.
TV FootagePoland orders slaughterhouse controls
POLAND, Warsaw. Poland’s Chief Veterinarian has ordered controls in slaughterhouses after television footage showed a company killing sick cows and selling the meat for human consumption.
Savings ProgrammeDanish Crown cuts costs
DENMARK, Randers. After a Q1 result which fell below budget, the company is now intensifying the group’s cost-savings programme.
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.
PublicityAdvantages of US beef promoted at HRI events
POLAND, Warsaw. Working with USDA Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS) offices in Eastern Europe, USMEF highlighted the quality and availability of US beef for the hotel, restaurant and institutional (HRI) sectors in Bulgaria and Poland.
BrexitThe EU may export less pork to the UK
UNITED KINGDOM, London. The pork production in UK is growing.