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21 July 2021
Red Tractor revises farm standards to equip British agriculture for the future
Red Tractor, the UK’s largest and most comprehensive food assurance scheme, has shared how it has listened to feedback and outlined what is changing in its revised farm standards from November....
20 July 2021
Farmers raising £1,000s with Bulls Out for Cancer
Beef and dairy farmers have raised over £1,000 for testicular cancer, while also improving their herd genetics as part of Breedr’s Bulls Out for Cancer campaign....
15 July 2021
"For Farmers" scheme from UK grocer Morrisons raises £20 million for sustainable farming
Sales of Morrisons "For Farmers" dairy and egg ranges have helped British farmers invest in sustainability initiatives like increased woodland and insect habitat and improve animal welfare by allowing more grazing and free roaming time....
12 July 2021
USDA Outlook Forum: US-China Trade Prospects: A Short-term Outlook
Even though 2020 was a tumultuous year, the effects of the Phase One agreement show a positive path forward for the US–China trade relationship, writes Timothy Wier for The Cattle Site....
09 July 2021
Beef with a story to it
Direct beef purchases from the farm continue to be an emerging trend as consumers want to know both the story and faces behind the products they are purchasing, according to an expert....
Australian Government report says global connectivity is better for ag, even in a pandemic
Despite the global economic shocks like those produced by the COVID-19 pandemic, agricultural sectors and economies overall are better off when exposed to international trade, the latest ABARES research paper shows....
07 July 2021
Winners of the 5th European Award for Cooperative Innovation have been announced
More than 100 agricultural and forestry cooperatives submitted projects for the European Award for Cooperative innovation, with six farm sustainability initiatives taking the main prize....
04 July 2021
The cost of a cookout for the 4th of July is close to a year ago
New analysis from the American Farm Bureau Federation (AFBF) finds that US consumers will pay just a few cents less for their favorite Independence Day cookout foods compared to last year, including cheeseburgers, pork chops, chicken breasts, homemade...
01 July 2021
Brazil's JBS brings forward goal of eliminating deforestation in supply chain
Brazilian meat company JBS SA , the world's second largest food producer, said on 30 June it aims to eliminate illegal deforestation from its supply chain by 2025, moving up its previous goal for doing so by five years....
Spanish start-up eyes the mass market with its 3D printed “steaks"
As demand for plant-based alternatives to meat rises, Barcelona-based startup Novameat is using its 3D printing technology to manufacture vegetarian "steaks" that it hopes will reach the mass market next year....
30 June 2021
The US and UK have suspended their trade dispute - here's what it means for the UK ag sector
Market analysis from AHDB's Dr Phil Hadley shares what the tariff suspensions could mean for UK food and farming....
28 June 2021
CoBank: US Dairy Exports to Southeast Asia Can Expand, if Processors Add Versatility
US milk production continues to increase faster than domestic demand, raising the need for export market growth. And Southeast Asia, with an expanding population and rising middle class, remains the biggest growth opportunity for US dairy exporters....
Argentine government's limit on beef exports hurts production, says farmers
Argentina's new policy of limiting beef exports for the rest of this year will hurt production, ranchers said in a statement on Wednesday that signaled rising tensions between the agricultural sector and the center-left administration....
25 June 2021
Weekly global protein digest—June 24, 2021
Market analyst Jim Wyckoff shares news and information from US and around the globe. ...
22 June 2021
Australia's Senate establishes inquiry on labelling practices for faux meat
Australia's National Farmers Federation (NFF) has welcomed the upcoming Senate inquiry into faux meat labelling, saying that current labelling practices risk misleading consumers....
EU farming unions call for livestock to be included in upcoming agriculture promotion policy
Excluding livestock products from the EU Promotion Policy would be both an environmental and economic aberration, says Copa and Cogeca....
21 June 2021
Beef producers with grand plans for a better beef brand
Tasmanian producers Sam and Stephanie Trethewey are pedalling hard to get their beef brand to market....
16 June 2021
Free trading app helps boost beef profits for UK farmer
Trading cattle in a new way, powered by precision technology, has enabled one farmer to change his system to create a more profitable business....
CQUniversity's beef research continues global reach with historic Indonesian partnership
CQUniversity’s world renowned beef research will continue its global expansion thanks to a historic $10 million (AUD) partnership signed with the Indonesian government in January....
15 June 2021
The UK's dairy exporters go online to remain cream of the crop
A virtual meet the buyer event has helped UK dairy businesses continue to unlock potential export opportunities in Asia....
11 June 2021
Australian beef - feed your greatness
Australian Olympic and Paralympic athletes are shining a spotlight on beef’s nutritional value and the important role it plays in their diets as part of Meat & Livestock Australia’s (MLA) new winter beef campaign, Australian Beef. Feed Your Greatness....
07 June 2021
Constrained global supply driving import competition
Globally, Australia isn’t the only country struggling with supply challenges. Cattle slaughter in Brazil and Argentina is down on year-ago levels, while New Zealand has also entered a seasonal low period in terms of cattle supply. Limited supplies and...
04 June 2021
Tyson Foods to launch plant-based products in Asia-Pacific market
US meat processor Tyson Foods Inc will launch its plant-based food in select Asia-Pacific markets starting this month, as it looks to cash in on the burgeoning demand for meat substitutes in the region its rivals have set out to capture....
03 June 2021
Fourth UK beef processing site gains access to US market
A fourth processing site in the UK has won approval to export its beef to the US – marking a major leap forward for the business and for the red meat sector as a whole....
01 June 2021
RSPCA Australia publishes new welfare standards for dairy calves
The release of the RSPCA’s revised animal welfare Standard for dairy calves means forward-thinking brands and producers have an opportunity to be the first to offer RSPCA Approved veal or beef to the Australian market....
31 May 2021
Japan opens the door to UK cheese
Cheddar from a Devonshire cheesemaker will be heading to Japan this month thanks to the knowledge and expertise of AHDB’s Export team....
25 May 2021
UK red meat exporters tout high farm standards after AHDB event
The AHDB's digital workshop, "Quality meat from Britain", gave American red meat importers key insights into the UK's beef and pork sectors....
Flexitarianism declined in the UK during COVID-19, says market data
AHDB is exploring the needs of flexitarians in meat and dairy markets after diets shifted during the pandemic. ...
 
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