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Czech Republic claims 'unique' victory over African Swine Fever

Czech authorities are dismantling restrictions on the only part of the country affected by African Swine Fever (ASF), saying the move reflects a ‘uniquely successful’ eradication strategy.

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Marfrig completes sale of Keystone to Tyson Foods, uses funds to pay debt

Brazilian beef giant Marfrig has completed the sale of its Keystone Foods subsidiary to US-based Tyson Foods after securing all the necessary regulatory approvals.

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Cattle & Beef

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Morocco lifts ban on US beef

Morocco has agreed to lift its ban on US beef and beef products, giving American suppliers their first chance to profit from a free trade agreement between the two countries.

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IEG Vu's November Top 10: Storms hit Chilean fruit, grain industry gathers, sugar sector in 'crisis'

A devastating hailstorm hit growing regions of Chile last month, causing serious damage to crops, while the grain industry gathered in Geneva to discuss the global market situation.

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World food prices fall again

The UN Food and Agriculture Organization’s (FAO) Food Price Index hit its lowest level since May 2016 in November, falling 1.3% on-month and 8.5% on-year to 160.8 points.

Dairy Grains & Feed

Sweden continues shift to locally-produced meat

Swedish consumers are cutting down on the total amount of meat they eat each year – but a shift to home-grown products means the trend is doing no harm to domestic producers.

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Prices stagnate once again on European pig market

The situation on the European pig market has remained broadly unchanged for several weeks now, with strong consumer demand being met by ample supplies, and prices have changed little as a consequence.

EU Hogs & Pork

World food prices fall again

The UN Food and Agriculture Organization’s (FAO) Food Price Index hit its lowest level since May 2016 in November, falling 1.3% on-month and 8.5% on-year to 160.8 points.

Dairy Grains & Feed

Sweden continues shift to locally-produced meat

Swedish consumers are cutting down on the total amount of meat they eat each year – but a shift to home-grown products means the trend is doing no harm to domestic producers.

Sweden Cattle & Beef

Rapidly changing diets and environmental constraints weigh on China’s food system

China’s changing food consumption pattern is creating some serious strains within the country’s food production system.

China Corn

Perdue says US-China trade prospects 'promising' but details needed

Purchases of US ag products by China and reinvigorated talks to resolve the ongoing trade war between the two nations were welcomed by USDA Secretary Sonny Perdue, but he cautioned details of the trade truce are still being worked out.

Meat & Livestock Sugar

Brazilian pork and poultry update: Year-end to boost demand

Recent price gains for pigmeat and poultry lost momentum in Brazil last week but further hikes are likely as 2019 draws to a close.

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Poultry

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EU egg price rise continuing; broiler prices more stable

Egg prices have risen again over the past week, but remain some way below the five-year average for the time of year, as the autumn price upturn period nears its end.

EU Poultry

Judge rejects bid by Sanderson Farms to dismiss 'natural' lawsuit

A US federal judge has rejected a request by Sanderson Farms to dismiss a complaint alleging the poultry giant is misleading consumers with claims its chicken products are "100% natural."

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World food prices fall again

The UN Food and Agriculture Organization’s (FAO) Food Price Index hit its lowest level since May 2016 in November, falling 1.3% on-month and 8.5% on-year to 160.8 points.

Dairy Grains & Feed

Sweden continues shift to locally-produced meat

Swedish consumers are cutting down on the total amount of meat they eat each year – but a shift to home-grown products means the trend is doing no harm to domestic producers.

Sweden Cattle & Beef

Rapidly changing diets and environmental constraints weigh on China’s food system

China’s changing food consumption pattern is creating some serious strains within the country’s food production system.

China Corn

Perdue says US-China trade prospects 'promising' but details needed

Purchases of US ag products by China and reinvigorated talks to resolve the ongoing trade war between the two nations were welcomed by USDA Secretary Sonny Perdue, but he cautioned details of the trade truce are still being worked out.

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Sheep & Goats

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World food prices fall again

The UN Food and Agriculture Organization’s (FAO) Food Price Index hit its lowest level since May 2016 in November, falling 1.3% on-month and 8.5% on-year to 160.8 points.

Dairy Grains & Feed

Sweden continues shift to locally-produced meat

Swedish consumers are cutting down on the total amount of meat they eat each year – but a shift to home-grown products means the trend is doing no harm to domestic producers.

Sweden Cattle & Beef

Small boost for UK sheepmeat sector as India opens market

India has agreed to open its market to British sheep meat in a deal that could generate just over GBP1 million a year.

United Kingdom India

EU presses Indonesia over new Halal rules amid fears for trade

The EU has called on Indonesia to clarify proposed new rules for Halal products amid fears the changes could disrupt trade in meat and other animal proteins.

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EU lamb prices recovering as supply shortfalls loom

European lamb prices have risen again over the past week – the third increase in consecutive weeks – as pre-Christmas trading puts the decline in the sheepmeat market since the summer into reverse, at least for the time being.

EU Sheep & Goats

Plenty of challenges remain in draft Brexit deal

Each sector of the UK and EU agricultural markets face individual challenges from changing trade patterns and trade agreements should the draft Brexit deal be approved, according to a recent Rabobank report.

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