Max writes on a range of issues affecting the meat and livestock industry for IEG Policy and IEG Vu. He began overseeing Agra Europe’s coverage of the sector in 2010 after eight years editing other Informa titles.
He previously lived and studied in South America and has worked on specialised meat and animal feed newsletters for Brazil’s Informa Economics FNP and Germany-based FO Licht. He has two Masters degrees – one from the University of London and the other from Brunel University.
As well as market trends, he likes to explore the intersection between trade, politics and regulations on animal health and welfare. He most often writes about developments in the EU, but really enjoys uncovering news from further afield, especially Latin America, Asia and Russia.
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Latest From Max Green
A traditional Polish sausage is the latest agri-food product to be granted protection on the EU’s internal market.
Russia has refuted suggestions that Brazil was not fully informed of its ban on Brazilian pork and beef, due to come into force on December 1.
Indonesia has warned that it will take time to change its rules on meat imports after the World Trade Organization (WTO) today (November 11) adopted two separate rulings against the country's complex web of trade barriers.
Brazil is coming to terms with the news that Russia is to halt all imports of beef and pigmeat from the country – ostensibly due to concerns over the controversial feed additive ractopamine.
After months of delays, the European Commission has published a controversial draft proposal banning the use of formaldehyde as a feed additive.
Tyson and Cargill, two of the biggest meat processors in the US, have announced major new investment plans in Tennessee.