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Russia to suspend all pork and beef imports from Brazil

Russia is to suspend all imports of pigmeat and beef from Brazil after finding traces of the controversial feed additive, ractopamine.

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US finds fault with German meat safety systems

US authorities are reassessing Germany’s ability to satisfy US meat import requirements after finding a series of ‘systemic’ weaknesses during an audit carried out earlier this year.

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Cattle & Beef

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Industry opposes ban of ritual slaughter in Poland

A proposed ban on ritual slaughter in Poland has caused an industry outcry, due to its potentially negative impact on Polish meat trade.

Poultry Cattle & Beef

FAO stimulating AMR action plans in underdeveloped nations

More nations are joining an international effort to confront antimicrobial resistance (AMR) on farms and in food.

Kenya International

Russia denies keeping Brazil in the dark over meat ban

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.

Brazil Cattle & Beef

Brazil's meat industry sees limited impact of Russian suspension

The temporary suspension of beef and pork imports by Russia is likely to be reversed soon and should have only a limited impact on Brazil's industry and the image of its products abroad, say specialists.

Brazil Cattle & Beef

WTO adopts rulings on Indonesian meat import barriers

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.

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Brazil caught unawares by Russian meat import ban

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.

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Hogs & Pork

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UK cleared to export pig trotters to China

The UK has been given the green light to ship more pigmeat products to China, the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board (AHDB) announced today (November 23).

United Kingdom Hogs & Pork

Polish sausage granted EU protected status

A traditional Polish sausage is the latest agri-food product to be granted protection on the EU’s internal market.

EU Hogs & Pork

FAO stimulating AMR action plans in underdeveloped nations

More nations are joining an international effort to confront antimicrobial resistance (AMR) on farms and in food.

Kenya International

Russia denies keeping Brazil in the dark over meat ban

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.

Brazil Cattle & Beef

Weekly update on Brazilian pork and poultry markets - Nov 22, 2017

Brazilian chicken exports have been losing momentum but prices have been supported by increased domestic demand which was driven by salary payments and more competitive prices.

Brazil Hogs & Pork

Brazil's meat industry sees limited impact of Russian suspension

The temporary suspension of beef and pork imports by Russia is likely to be reversed soon and should have only a limited impact on Brazil's industry and the image of its products abroad, say specialists.

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Poultry

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Industry opposes ban of ritual slaughter in Poland

A proposed ban on ritual slaughter in Poland has caused an industry outcry, due to its potentially negative impact on Polish meat trade.

Poultry Cattle & Beef

EU plans to allow insect protein in poultry diets

The European Commission is planning to allow insect-origin processed animal protein (PAP) in poultry feed, EU health and food safety commissioner, Vytenis Andrikaitis, revealed at the November 21 conference of the International Platform for Insects in Food and Feed (IPIFF).

EU Poultry

Weekly update on Brazilian pork and poultry markets - Nov 22, 2017

Brazilian chicken exports have been losing momentum but prices have been supported by increased domestic demand which was driven by salary payments and more competitive prices.

Brazil Hogs & Pork

WTO adopts rulings on Indonesian meat import barriers

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.

Cattle & Beef Poultry

EU extends bird flu waiver for free range eggs

Eggs from hens exceptionally kept inside to protect against risk of bird flu can still be labelled as ‘free range’ for up to 16 weeks in future under the latest EU regulation to be published in the Official Journal.

Eggs EU

EU unveils proposal banning formaldehyde from feed

After months of delays, the European Commission has published a controversial draft proposal banning the use of formaldehyde as a feed additive.

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Sheep & Goats

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FAO stimulating AMR action plans in underdeveloped nations

More nations are joining an international effort to confront antimicrobial resistance (AMR) on farms and in food.

Kenya International

Investors claim US is falling behind Europe on animal antibiotics

An investor group with $2.3 trillion of assets believe regulators in the US and Canada are well behind Europe in terms of tackling the threat of antibiotic resistance.

EU United States

20,000 Irish sheep farmers to benefit from welfare scheme

Some 20,000 farmers will receive 85% advance payments this week under the Sheep Welfare Scheme, Irish agriculture minister Michael Creed, announced. 

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All English abattoirs to have CCTV from next year, Gove confirms

All slaughterhouses in England will be required to install CCTV as of next year, environment secretary Michael Gove has confirmed.

United Kingdom Cattle & Beef

MEPs aim to veto authorisation of phosphates in doner kebabs

The European Parliament’s Socialist and Democrats (S&D) and Greens/European Free Alliance groups have drafted a resolution to veto a proposal to authorise use of phosphates in doner kebabs – frozen vertical spit meat – because they argue that there is no proven technological need.

Sheep & Goats EU

Global meat import bill to hit new high in 2017

Global spending on meat imports is set to reach an all-time high this year on the back of record international demand and considerably higher unit costs.

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