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ForecastBeef market worth $383.5 bn. by 2025
USA, Nebraska. The global beef market size is expected to reach $383.5 bn. by 2025, according to a new report by Grand View Research, Inc.
SlaughterhousesAssociation for the use of camera-based animal welfare monitoring
GERMANY, Westerstede. For the slaughterhouses of the Verband der Fleischwirtschaft e.V., compliance with animal protection is a central task.
ASFImpact on Chinese meat consumption
UNITED KINGDOM, Kenilworth. AHDB Pork established that the volume of pig meat that could relatively easily be shipped to China falls short of the supply gap likely to open up this year.
FoodserviceJBS USA announces major expansion
USA, Ottumwa. The $20 mill. investment is to enhance bacon and slicing capacities in the Ottumwa pork facility.
DataHeadwinds weighs on pork exports
USA, Washington. November export data was released about one month later than usual due to the recent government shutdown.
TradeRussia bans pork imports from Mongolia amid ASF outbreak
RUSSIA, Moscow. Rosselkhoznadzor has imposed temporary restrictions on the import of pork and pig products from Mongolia due to outbreaks of African swine fever (ASF) according to RBC.
BusinessHilton aquires HRF Food Solutions Limited
UNITED KINGDOM, Huntingdon. The company announced that Hilton Foods Limited is going to buy the entire issued share capital of HRF Food Solutions Limited, a sous vide manufacturer.
InvestmentTyson has held talks to buy Foster Farms for $2 bn.
CALIFORNIA, Livingston. Meat processor Tyson Foods has held talks to buy privately-owned California-based Foster Farms for roughly $2 billion, people familiar with the situation tell CNBC. The two have had disagreements over price, and it is possible the talks could fall apart.
SustainabilityHKScan will replace all non-recyclable black plastic packaging
FINLAND, Turku. As the next important milestone in the packaging roadmap HKScan will replace all non-recyclable black plastic packaging with other colours and possibly also with other materials by the end of 2019 in Sweden and in Finland.
ASFMeeting between the OIE and China’s Vice Minister of Agriculture
CHINA, Beijing. Vice Minister of Agriculture and Rural Affairs of the People’s Republic of China, Dr Yu Kangzhen, and the Director General of the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE), Dr Monique Eloit, reviewed developments.
EconomyThe EU-Japan free trade agreement
GERMANY, Berlin. The Japanese market of 127 mill. consumers will open up to important EU agricultural products (e.g. wine, cheese, beef and pork).
TradeNPPC urges $3.5 Bn. Chinese pork purchase
USA, Washington. The National Pork Producers Council urged the United States and China to quickly resolve their trade differences and asked the Asian nation to make a minimum $3.5 bn. purchase of US pork over the next five years.
ForecastOutput grows again
USA, Greenwood Village, CO. A new report informs about the forces, which will influence the US rural economy this year.
FairEU will be Region of Honour in Alimenteria México
MEXICO, Guadalajara. To demonstrate the importance of the bilateral relationship, the EU will be the Region of Honour at the Expo ANTAD & Alimentaria México 2019, which will take place in Guadalajara from 5 to 7 March 2019.
MeasuresASF is prevented from wide spread at present
CHINA, Beijing. The implementation of key prevention and control measures have been strengthened in pursuit of taking a holistic approach in ASF prevention and control and pork supply.
OutlookPork Quarterly Q1 2019: Another Uncertain Year
THE NETHERLANDS, Utrecht. As 2019 gets underway, the analysts see another year full of potential in global pork, with growth in production and demand in many parts of the world.
StatisticsChina 2018 pork output falls
CHINA, Beijing. The country produced 54.04 Mill. t of pork in 2018, down 0.9% from a year earlier, official data showed, as the world’s top consumer of the meat grapples with the spread of African swine fever, raising supply concerns.
BusinessPig sector spiralling deeper into financial crisis
IRELAND, Dublin. IFA Pigs Committee Chairman Tom Hogan has called on the pig factories to recognise the devastating consequences of paying below the cost of production.
Animal HealthNew National Swine Disease Council
USA, Des Moines. Industry collaboration will focus on protecting animal, public health and will help combat foreign animal diseases.