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AquisitionTönnies strengthens UK-business
GERMANY, Rheda-Wiedenbrück. The company buys Riverway Foods to expand the sausage business.
Danish CrownResults weakened by problems in the UK
DENMARK, Randers. Much of Danish Crown’s business is performing well, but as a result of continued losses in the UK company Tulip Ltd, the group has decided to postpone its strategic target by two years.
ABPHeading up plastics sustainability group
IRELAND, Ardee. Irish meat processor ABP has joined forces with other food businesses to make plastic packaging in their supply chains more sustainable.
IMTATrade group reacts to Brexit withdrawal proposal
THE UNITED KINGDOM, London. The International Meat Trade Association (IMTA) has revealed that the UK and EU’s technical agreement for the Draft Withdrawal will provide “assurance” to it s export markets.
LabelsNPA speaks up on 'Method of Production' labelling
UNITED KINGDOM, London. The National Pig Association has urged caution on calls to introduce ‘Method of Production’ labelling on meat and dairy products.
Food SafetyLevels of AMR E. coli in UK retail meat remain low
UNITED KINGDOM, London. The Food Standards Agency has published the Year 3 results of an EU survey commissioned to assess the frequency of certain types of antimicrobial resistant (AMR) E. coli in raw UK retail pork and beef.
UpdatePoultry market in UK
UNITED KINGDOM, London. Alongside pork, beef and lamb, poultry is another popular meat protein choice for consumers and competes as a rival against the red meat proteins.
ExploringOpportunities for UK pork in Taiwan
UNITED KINGDOM, London. Pork processors and exporters from the UK have arrived in Taiwan as part of a three-day mission to explore this new market.
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.
MintelShare of meat-free new products nearly doubled
THE UNITED KINGDOM, London. The company’s research highlights consumer interest in limiting/reducing meat consumption remains strong.
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.
Anutec - International FoodTec IndiaTrade fairs resonates positive vibes in the F&B Industry
INDIA, Bombay. Show is featuring for both the domestic and for international markets, particularly for the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) region.
ChangeDanish Crown appoints new CEO for Tulip
DENMARK, Randers. Andrew Cracknell has been appointed as CEO of Tulip Ltd. He takes up the job with immediate effect to restore earnings in Danish Crown’s UK business unit.
BluetongueVirus detected in two imported cattle
UNITED KINGDOM, London. The UK’s Deputy Chief Veterinary Officer has urged farmers to remain vigilant for bluetongue virus after the disease was successfully picked up in two cattle imported from France through our routine post-import testing regime.
OverviewPork prices and export
UNITED KINGDOM, London. EU competes on prices as pork exports grow in July.
CattleEU trade talks with Mercosur have no credibility
IRELAND, Dublin. With EU Commission officials in Montevideo in Uruguay this week to reconvene the Mercosur trade talks, IFA President Joe Healy said the time has come for EU Agriculture Commissioner Phil Hogan put his foot down and tell Trade Commissioner Malmstrom enough is enough.
Think TankThe British poultry meat industry after Brexit
UNITED KINGDOM, London. What will happen to the UK’s poultry meat sector after Brexit? Will producers and consumers alike be willing to pay potentially higher prices? Or will they be happy to compromise our high standards of production, after the UK leaves the regulatory safety net of the EU?
GovernmentCall for clarity on welfare
UNITED KINGDOM, London. Vets call for clarity on welfare in Saudi lamb deal.
BrexitFood bills set to rise by 12%
UNITED KINGDOM, London. UK’s largest supermarkets issued a stark warning in The Times that a no-deal Brexit would force up the price of the average weekly shopping trolley by as much as 12%.