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EU countries vote to delist 20 Brazilian meat and poultry plants

EU member states have backed a Commission proposal to delist 20 Brazilian meat and poultry establishments – potentially putting a big dent in Brazilian exports to the bloc.

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UK playing catch-up over Chinese beef market access

Chinese inspectors are visiting the UK this week as part of an ongoing process to lift the BSE-related ban on British beef.

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Cattle & Beef

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USDA Cattle on Feed: Second highest April inventory on record despite placement drop

US cattle feedlots held more cattle than they did at this point one year ago, with the level coming in hefty despite placements posting a significant decline compared to March of 2017.

Cattle & Beef Weather

Brazilian beef market deadlocked despite export growth

Trade on Brazil’s beef cattle market was modest last week despite recent growth in exports. Slaughterhouses are still holding back from buying, unwilling to build up stock as domestic demand shows no sign of recovery.

Brazil Cattle & Beef

Slight recovery in EU cattle prices as live exports rise

EU cattle prices have recovered the slight loss of the previous week, with the average price for Category A/C/Z R3 cattle rising by 0.7% week-on-week to EUR384.09 per 100kg. The price increase was led by bullocks (+0.6%) and steers (+1.3%).

EU Cattle & Beef

Global trade liberalisation would boost meat exports but cut EU farm wages - OECD

Further market openings and a 50% reduction in countries’ farm subsidies would lead to a significant growth in meat exports from Australia, New Zealand, Canada and Latin America and a small drop in the wages of EU farmers, an OECD study has found.

International EU

USDA urged to take extra steps to tackle pathogens in meat

The US Government Accountability Office (GAO) is recommending new steps USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) should take to further reduce pathogens in meat and poultry, while asking the agency to clarify how it decides which products it will consider for new pathogen standards.

United States Cattle & Beef

South Korea and Indonesia opening up to meat from Brazil

Brazil has announced a flurry of new market openings in Asia while also indicating that Russia could soon lift its ban on Brazilian pork.

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Hogs & Pork

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Global trade liberalisation would boost meat exports but cut EU farm wages - OECD

Further market openings and a 50% reduction in countries’ farm subsidies would lead to a significant growth in meat exports from Australia, New Zealand, Canada and Latin America and a small drop in the wages of EU farmers, an OECD study has found.

International EU

USDA urged to take extra steps to tackle pathogens in meat

The US Government Accountability Office (GAO) is recommending new steps USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) should take to further reduce pathogens in meat and poultry, while asking the agency to clarify how it decides which products it will consider for new pathogen standards.

United States Cattle & Beef

South Korea and Indonesia opening up to meat from Brazil

Brazil has announced a flurry of new market openings in Asia while also indicating that Russia could soon lift its ban on Brazilian pork.

South Korea Indonesia

Food must be subject to 'new levels of transparency', says Cranswick report

Consumer demand for information about the food they eat means that “radical transparency” will shape the future of the industry, from farm to supermarket, over the coming years, a new report predicts.

United Kingdom EU

New EU guidance a 'milestone' for using former foodstuffs as feed

The European Commission has published new guidelines that aim to facilitate the use of former foodstuffs for animal feed and so see less being sent to landfill.

EU Hogs & Pork

US-China tensions could favour EU pork exporters

EU pork exporters are well placed to benefit from trade tensions between the US and China – potentially giving a welcome boost to farmgate prices in the bloc.

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Poultry

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EU broiler prices stable, but curbs on Brazil offer upside potential

A four-week run of increases in the average EU weekly broiler price came to an end this week, with a 0.7% week-on-week dip to EUR184.87 per 100kg. Overall, the market remains broadly stable, with prices just 2.5% above where they were at the same time last year.

EU Poultry

Brazilian report reveals names of poultry plants delisted by EU

After being singled out in recent police investigations in Brazil, the country’s top poultry exporter, BRF, will predictably bear the brunt of new import curbs being imposed by the EU.

Brazil EU

Global trade liberalisation would boost meat exports but cut EU farm wages - OECD

Further market openings and a 50% reduction in countries’ farm subsidies would lead to a significant growth in meat exports from Australia, New Zealand, Canada and Latin America and a small drop in the wages of EU farmers, an OECD study has found.

International EU

USDA urged to take extra steps to tackle pathogens in meat

The US Government Accountability Office (GAO) is recommending new steps USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) should take to further reduce pathogens in meat and poultry, while asking the agency to clarify how it decides which products it will consider for new pathogen standards.

United States Cattle & Beef

Food must be subject to 'new levels of transparency', says Cranswick report

Consumer demand for information about the food they eat means that “radical transparency” will shape the future of the industry, from farm to supermarket, over the coming years, a new report predicts.

United Kingdom EU

New EU guidance a 'milestone' for using former foodstuffs as feed

The European Commission has published new guidelines that aim to facilitate the use of former foodstuffs for animal feed and so see less being sent to landfill.

EU Hogs & Pork
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Sheep & Goats

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Global trade liberalisation would boost meat exports but cut EU farm wages - OECD

Further market openings and a 50% reduction in countries’ farm subsidies would lead to a significant growth in meat exports from Australia, New Zealand, Canada and Latin America and a small drop in the wages of EU farmers, an OECD study has found.

International EU

Canadian wheat, Caribbean sugar? Will the Commonwealth transform the UK's food trade post-Brexit?

With the UK’s legal withdrawal from the EU now less than a year away, attention is increasingly turning to possible new or revived trade networks which might replace the EU as an engine of trade growth for the United Kingdom.

Sugar Grains & Feed

USDA urged to take extra steps to tackle pathogens in meat

The US Government Accountability Office (GAO) is recommending new steps USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) should take to further reduce pathogens in meat and poultry, while asking the agency to clarify how it decides which products it will consider for new pathogen standards.

United States Cattle & Beef

Food must be subject to 'new levels of transparency', says Cranswick report

Consumer demand for information about the food they eat means that “radical transparency” will shape the future of the industry, from farm to supermarket, over the coming years, a new report predicts.

United Kingdom EU

New EU guidance a 'milestone' for using former foodstuffs as feed

The European Commission has published new guidelines that aim to facilitate the use of former foodstuffs for animal feed and so see less being sent to landfill.

EU Hogs & Pork

Feed concerns, strong demand fuel EU sheepmeat price rises

EU average heavy lamb prices edged up ever closer to the EUR600 per 100kg mark in the week beginning April 2.

EU Sheep & Goats
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