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StudyReducing methan production in rumniants
SPAIN, Madrid. 3-nitrooxypropanol compound reduces greenhouse gas levels with no risk to the animal's health.
FeedingOregano may reduce methane in cow burps
Denmark, Aarhus. University found out how to reduce methane emissions by up to 25%.
Green Week 2016How to feed our cities
GERMANY, Berlin. Summary of the Global Forum for Food and Agriculture
ResearchInsects are a sustainable source of omega-3
NETHERLANDS, Wageningen. Wageningen University and Research Center published results.
Consumer ResearchMost US consumers buy packaged foods
USA; Pittsburgh, PA Consumers may talk big game about buying more fresh foods, but most still spend the majority of their grocery budget on packaged, prepared food.
Green energyAustralian beef export plant uses natural gas
AUSTRALIA, North Sydney. Unique meat plant waste system hailed as green vision of the future
BusinessAtria is acquiring Aalbaek Specialiteter
FINLAND, Seinäjoki Atria is acquiring the business operations of Aalbaek Specialiteter A/S
Chicken feedOrganic watchdog criticises continued use of synthetic protein
USA, Washington, DC Center for Food Safety renewed its call for the National Organic Program (NOP) to bar synthetic methionine.
Trade fairInternational Green Week at a glance
GERMANY, Berlin Established in 1926, International Green Week is taking place for the 80th time in 2015 in Berlin, Germany.
Continued growth in the French organic food market
FRANCE, Paris According to a recent report from the French Organic agency, in the first semester of 2013, the surface of organic agriculture in France reached over 1 mill. hectares and the number of organic food producers reached over 25,000.
Irish organic salmon well positioned
IRELAND, Dublin Ireland is Europe’s leading producer of organic salmon with over 80% of total annual production in Ireland being organic and certified to the European Organic standard.
Young Germans accept organic food
GERMANY, Berlin Younger consumers increasingly are driving organic food sales in Germany, according to new figures from the German ministry of food, agriculture and consumer protection (BMELV).
EFSA proposes improvements to meat inspection methods
ITALY, Parma Improvements to existing practices for the inspection of meat across Europe have been proposed by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA).
Consumers need more information, says report
BELGIUM, Brussels European consumer knowledge and understanding of the meat market is low, which is contributing to a low Market Performance Index (MPI) compared to other goods markets, according to an EU report.
Confusion about food topics
USA, St Louis. CommonGround has commissioned a Gate-to-Plate Survey to gain insights into how U.S. moms feel and think about their food and the food choices they make for their families. More than 70% of family mothers surveyed admitted to having questions or concerns about how their food is grown or raised.
Interest in organic Irish salmon farm heightens
IRELAND, Dún Laoghaire Twenty-one financiers, spanning three continents have now registered firm interest in the €60 mill. investment for the proposed deep sea organic salmon farm in Galway Bay. Bord Iascaigh Mhara, the Irish seafood development agency, has applied for a licence for the development, which could create 500 jobs in the local area and generate a wage flow of €14.5 million per annum.
Consumers willing to pay extra for organic meat
USA, Fayetteville Consumers, particularly those who occasionally or habitually buy organic chicken, are willing to pay a premium price for organic meat, according to a study conducted by personnel at the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture Center for Food Safety. The extent of their willingness to pay the premium, however, depends on the type of organic label.
US and EU form partnership on organic trade
GERMANY, Nürnberg Organic products certified in Europe or in the United States may be sold as organic in either region beginning June 1.