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GFI launches $3 mill. research grant program
USA, Washington, DC. Due to gifts from two donors, the Good Food Institute (GFI) has launched a $3 mill. competitive grant program to support open-source plant-based and clean meat research.
Farmer schlachten ihre Rinder
CANBERRA Aufgrund der Dürre im Osten des Landes werden die Herden abgestockt. Die Ausfuhr dürfte daraufhin um zehn Prozent steigen.
Meat starch portfolio expanded
USA, Minneapolis, MN. Three potato starches designed for meat, meat alternatives and culinary applications will be available worldwide.
Trade damage estimate calculations
USA, Washington, DC. US Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue released a detailed accounting of how the USDA calculated estimated damage from trade disruptions.
Florence may disrupt packaged food supply chains
USA, North Carolina. Hurricane Florence’s projected path may affect over 4,000 manufacturing and distribution facilities in the Carolinas and Georgia, potentially impacting multiple sectors’ suppliers.
EU will Streit um "Hormonfleisch" beilegen
BRÜSSEL EU-Kommission will USA ein Angebot machen. Importe von unbehandeltem Rindfleisch sollen erleichtert werden.
Soaring demand for plant-based foods
USA, Washington, DC. Following up on last year’s market data, GFI shares highlights of newly commissioned data from Nielsen on the US retail sales of plant-based foods. Total sales of plant-based foods now exceed $3.7 bn.
Weniger Schweine und Rinder
OTTAWA Die Farmer stockten ihre Herden zuletzt leicht ab, während diese in den USA im Sommer 2018 neue Höchststände erreicht haben.
Meeting regarding use of animal cell culture
USA, Washington. USDA and FDA announce joint public meeting on use of animal cell culture technology to develop products derived from livestock and poultry.
Pork and beef export volumes strong in July
USA, Denver, Co. July exports of US pork and beef were higher than a year ago, according to data released by USDA and compiled by the US Meat Export Federation (USMEF).
Industry works on prevention and response
USA, Ames, Ia. The pork industry organizations have developed a list of actions that could help prevent and then, if needed, respond to an African swine fever (ASF) incursion.
Forecast for agriculture
NEW ZEALAND, Wellington. Alternative proteins and artificial meat and the implications for New Zealand’s agricultural sector are targeted in a special topic by the Treasury.
Hormel Foods shares 12th Annual Corporate Responsibility Report
USA, Austin, Minn. Hormel Foods Corporation announced the launch of its 12th annual corporate responsibility (CR) report.
Karriere im Fleischerhandwerk
Einmal um die halbe Welt
EDMONTON Sebastian Lehner liegen zwei Dinge besonders am Herzen: das Fleischerhandwerk und Kanada.
Focus on ingredients to combat threat
USA, Des Moines, Ia. Pork industry focuses on feed ingredients to combat African Swine Fever threat. Producers urged to ask questions of feed suppliers.
Producers welcome help but want end to trade disputes
USA, Washington, DC. The National Pork Producers Council commended the Trump administration for providing assistance to America’s farmers suffering from the ongoing trade disputes with China, Mexico and other nations.
Eduardo Miron is the new CEO of Marfrig
BRAZIL, São Paulo. Miron, who was chief financial and investor relations officer, is replacing Martín Secco at the helm of the world’s second largest beef company.
Assessing growth opportunities for US red meat in South Africa
USA, Denver, Co. USMEF has heightened its focus on Africa, especially as U.S. meat has gained better access to selected markets.
South Korea strengthens inspection on US beef
SOUTH KOREA, Seoul. South Korea's agriculture ministry said that it has strengthened inspections on US beef imports after a mad cow disease case was reported in the United States.