Alle Nachrichten und Hintergründe
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Animal welfareMandatory labels rejected
BELGIUM, Brussels. Animal rights activists have criticized the efficacy of this proposed label for not going far enough, while calling for mandatory enforcement of this scheme.
LabelingNon-stop high speed label application
GERMANY, Filderstadt. The new Herma 500 is a high-speed label applicator capable of operating continuously – 24 hours a day and seven days a week if necessary.
Market situationMeat sales gains continued
GERMANY, Frankfurt. Since the onset of coronavirus in the United States, grocery shopping patterns have been vastly different in terms of elevated spending, day of the week and day part, product and brand choices, and online engagement.
LabelingFDA grants extension
USA, Washington. The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) will not focus on enforcement actions for six months after a new Nutrition Facts Label goes into effect on 1 January.
Food SafetyCell-based food products to be jointly regulated
USA, Washington, DC. A trio of US government agencies will share oversight responsibilities for the production process of cell-based food for human consumption.
Partnership15,000 bph greenfield plant for Cranswick
UNITED KINGDOM, Suffolk. The Major British processor Cranswick Poultry PLC and Marel Poultry join forces.
StatementNFU backs joint oversight of cell culture technology
USA, Washington. The nation’s second largest general farm organization today backed efforts by the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to establish a joint regulatory framework overseeing production and sale of animal cell culture technology
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.
LabelingCall for federal action over the term “meat”
USA, Washington. Farmers Union urges fair and consistent application of the term “meat” across the Federal Government.
DiscussionMeeting 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.
Consumer ResearchGlobal meat consumption will rise
THE UNITED KINGDOM, London. Consumer spending on meat and poultry expected to reach $154.7 bn. by 2021.
Russell HumeRestaurant supplier involved in hygiene scandal
THE UNITED KINGDOM, London. A spokesman for the Jamie Oliver Group says its restaurants have been able to source replacement meat, so the move did not result in shortages for diners.
BizerbaNew member of the retail management team
GERMANY, Balingen. Lutz Nungesser was nominated as new Director Global Key Accounts at the company.
CanadaMoving forward on FOP labeling
CANADA, Ottawa. Health Canada is in the process of determining symbols for front-of-package (FOP) labeling.
AustraliaChina lifts ban on beef imports
AUSTRALIA, North Sydney NSW. The positive outcome reflects the high level of cooperation between Australian and Chinese authorities and the red meat industry.
LabelingTransparency is key for consumers
USA, New York. Americans want required food labels even if they don't read them.
Animal WelfareStandards raised for broilers
USA, Washington, DC. America’s Largest Chicken Association NCC rolls out Industry-wide standards for broiler chicken welfare.
R-CalfAsking for Brazilian beef ban
USA, Billings, Mont. A petition asks for a ban on Brazilian beef until country-of-origin labeling is reinstated.
LabelingDecision about “Best if Used By” date label
USA, Washington, D.C. USDA revises guidance on date labeling to reduce food waste.