Alle Nachrichten und Hintergründe
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Animal WelfareEurope is world leader
THE UNITED KINGDOM, London. There are great global differences in the way animals are treated – Europe is doing better than the rest of the world, but there is a big gap in the EU.
Pig farmingEU stock is recovering
LUXEMBOURG. Data are not yet available from Spain, which had the largest herd within the EU in 2018 with 30.8 million pigs.
Breeding farmReports of first case of African swine fever
GREECE, Athens. The country detected its first case of African swine fever in a small farm in Serres.
GERMANY, Frankfurt. African Swine Fever has continued to spread throughout Europe since the beginning of the year.
AzelisNew development kitchen in Germany
GERMANY, Sankt Augustin. This step specifically addresses the German food market by helping to develop innovative formulations for this market based on the companies extensive ingredient portfolio.
Linus Eco Epta buys Polish cooling specialist
MILAN, Italy Refrigeration specialist Epta buys another Eastern European company.
Menschen im FleischerhandwerkAuf Rallye über den Balkan
DRESDEN Verrückte Herausforderungen bestehen und dabei Geld für den guten Zweck sammeln: Das Team „Doc Sausage" wagte die Abenteuerreise im Off-Roader.
RomaniaUrged by the EU to halt live animal exports
FRANCE, Lyon. The country is to ship 70,000 sheep to the Gulf countries despite hot weather conditions.
FairIntercarn takes a leading role in Alimentaria 2020
SPAIN, Barcelona. Intercarn will become the main trade show at Alimentaria 2020.
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.
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.
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.
ScandalFrance trials firms accused of selling horse meat as beef
FRANCE, Paris. Two former managers of French meat-processing firm Spanghero and two Dutch meat traders go on trial in Paris accused of passing off cheap horse meat as pricier beef in ready-made meals and burgers that were sold in countries across Europe.
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.
CooperationHarke Pharma and Hulshof Protein Technologies join forces
GERMANY, Muelheim an der Ruhr. Harke FoodTec is now the exclusive distributer of Hulshof Protein Technologies B.V. in Europe and Turkey.
Tara MeaInvestment in sheep meat project
ROMANIA, Vaslui. Romanian cooperative Tara Mea has unveiled plans to establish a slaughterhouse and a cutting facility for sheep under an investment estimated to be worth some €6mill.
MeatmaniaCelebrating its 25th anniversary
BULGARIA, Sofia. The Bulgarian capital Sofia will become an attraction center for the meat sector when it hosts the yearly international exhibition.
OmronKluger named as General Manager Central Eastern Europe
THE NETHERLANDS, Hoofddorp. Omron Electronics, a global leader in the field of industrial automation, has expanded the role of Dr. Klaus Kluger to manage both the Central and Easter Europe Regions.
ASFDriving up domestic pork prices
UKRAINE, Kiev. African swine fever is taking a heavy toll on Ukraine's pork industry.