Alle Nachrichten und Hintergründe
Alle Nachrichten und Hintergründe
TradeUSA, Mexico and Canada agreed to drop tariffs
USA, Washington. Mexico removed retaliatory duties on US Pork and Canada eliminated the tariff on prepared beef items.
PreventionUSDA enhances ASF surveillance efforts
USA, Washington. USDA is furthering its overall ASF preparedness efforts with the implementation of a surveillance plan.
GeneticsGenus collaborates with Beijing Capital Agribusiness
UNITED KINGDOM, Basingstoke. Genus announced that it has entered into a strategic porcine collaboration in China, the world's largest pork market.
LivestockUS herd slowdown good news for cattle prices
AUSTRALIA, North Sydney. While South America is expanding its export footprint, particularly into Asia, the US remains Australia’s principal beef competitor in global markets.
EvaluationCampaign adds £12 mill. to total pork sales
UNITED KINGDOM, London. Almost £12 mill. of additional pork sales have been gained following the latest phases of their Midweek Meals campaign, with the help of a giant chicken.
ASFChina's new slaughterhouse rules keep lid on pork prices
CHINA, Beijing. China’s pork prices are being kept in check with tough new rules on slaughterhouses crimping trade and pushing frozen pork stocks onto the market.
ResearchVaccine for ASF may save our bacon
SPAIN, Madrid. New study shows wild boar can be immunized against the most significant worldwide threat to the swine industry by a vaccine administered via their food.
TradeFirst quarter beef, pork exports below last year’s pace
USA, Washington. For the first quarter of 2019, US beef exports were slightly below last year’s record pace while pork exports continued to be slowed by trade barriers, according to March data released by USDA and compiled by USMEF.March beef exports totaled 107,655 t, down 4% year-ove
InvestmentTyson Foods plans $300 mill. meat packaging plant
USA, Salt Lake City. Tyson Fresh Meats, a subsidiary of Tyson Foods Inc., will invest nearly $300 million to develop a food production plant in Utah County.
ForecastGlobal food import bill set to decline amid abundant supplies
ITALY, Rome. FAO’s Food Outlook points to new globally-relevant emerging patterns of trade, animal disease and crop production.
Food securityPoultry has a story to tell on World Poultry Day
USA, Stone Mountain. Food security is a big issue on World Poultry Day as pork production continues to fall due to African swine fever in pigs in China while poultry is expected to fill the gap in world protein supplies.
ProteinTyson reports strong second quarter results
USA, Springdale. The company delivers record second quarter prepared foods and beef operating income.
BusinessHKScan Group’s Interim Report
FINLAND, Turku. The report covers 1 January–31 March 2019 and shows that the company's loss decreased clearly.
Stericycle Expert SolutionsUS food recalls declined
USA, Indianapolis. The decline primarily attributed to reduced oversight as a result of the government shutdown earlier this year.
Carnbrooke MeatsNew processing facility
NORTHERN IRELAND, Lisburn. The Northern Ireland-based meat processor has been given approval for major expansion plans.
SupplyASF sends shock waves through global food chain
UNITED KINGDOM, London. What started with a few dozen dead pigs in northeastern China is sending shock waves through the global food chain.
DataBelgian consumption of fresh meat still on the retreat
BELGIUM, Brussels. The consumption of fresh meat by Belgian private households fell by 300 g to 17.2 kg in 2018 compared with the previous year.
MarketNAMI CEO gets firsthand look at US red meat’s success
JAPAN, Tokyo. Julie Anna Potts, president and CEO of the North American Meat Institute (NAMI), made her first visit to two of the leading destinations for US beef and pork – Japan and South Korea.