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BRFCEO to step down
BRAZIL, São Paulo. The Brazilian food processor announced that its recently named chief executive would step down by mid-2019.
Food Safety2017 RASFF annual report
BELGIUM, Brussels. The annual report provides a profound insight into the activity of the RASFF in 2017. The data on the notifications by the Member States are analysed and presented by country, type of food and type of hazard.
Ritual SlaughterOrganic label for halal and kosher meat
LUXEMBOURG, Luxembourg. Advocate General Wahl proposes that the Court find that products from animals that have been the subject of ritual slaughter without prior stunning can be issued the European ‘organic farming’ label.
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.
PoultryChina's pig fever outbreak a boom for chicken farmers
CHINA, Beijing. An outbreak of African swine fever in China is proving to be a windfall for chicken farmers, helping drive up prices of the country’s second-most popular meat to two-and-a-half year highs.
PartnershipTyson selects new partner for supply chain
USA, Durham, Nc. Tyson Foods chooses FoodLogiQ’s supplier management and reporting solutions to connect supply chain.
AHDBUkraine officials in fact-finding visit to AHDB
THE UNITED KINGDOM, Warwickshire. Food safety specialists from the Ukraine gained a valuable insight into the work of the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board (AHDB) during a visit to its headquarters in Warwickshire this week.
ISONew edition of ISO 22000 just out
SWITZERLAND, Geneva. Globalization of the food trade further complicates food safety and the new edition of ISO 22000 on food safety management systems presents a timely response.
FDAMeeting on 'cultured' food products
USA, Washington. The US Food and Drug Administration will hold a public meeting 12 July to gather comments and research on foods produced using animals’ cell culture technology.
Moy ParkPoultry producer announces investment programme
NORTHERN IRELAND, Craigavon. The company aims to enhance its facility operations and boost production to a record 6 mill. birds per week in response to growing consumer demand.
Aleph FarmsClean meat can improve food safety
ISRAEL, Tel Aviv. The lab meat company addresses the USCA petition to restrict the use of the terms “beef” and “meat”.
USA, Denver. The company reported better-than-expected profit and sales for the first quarter.
Red ArrowNew grill flavor for the EU
USA, Manitowoc, WI. Grill flavors have been safely consumed for over 30 years.
BRFExpanded ban of poultry imports to EU possible
BRAZIL, Sao Paulo. The shareholders are expected to vote in a new slate of board members during an 26 April assembly.
KeminNew Meat and Poultry Oxidation Guide
USA, Des Moines, Iowa. It highlights the negative effect of oxidation on meat and poultry products and how manufacturers can keep products safe, high quality and appealing.
2 SistersChanging kill dates to stretch the commercial life
THE UNITED KINGDOM, London. UK's top supplier of supermarket chicken fiddles food safety dates.
Food SafetyNew tool to assure FSMA compliance
USA, Washington. The FDA's Food Safety Plan Builder is a free software tool food and beverage manufactures may use to develop food safety plans that are in compliance with FSMA.
Food SafetyNo positive traces in Belgian chicken meat
BELGIUM, Brussels. No Belgian chicken meat has tested positive for the banned insecticide.
JBS S.A.Alfred Almanza in new position
USA, Greeley, Colorado. Company names former U.S. Department of Agriculture Deputy Under Secretary for Food Safety as Global Head of Food Safety and Quality Assurance.