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17 September 2020
Gen Z not ready to eat lab-grown meat, survey reveals
Gen Z are the new kids on the block. ...
07 September 2020
Brazil’s Marfrig signs non-binding investment agreement in Paraguay
Brazilian beef packer Marfrig SA is exploring investment opportunities in Paraguay....
04 September 2020
Cattle marts will be “rocks” during Brexit uncertainty
With less than four months until the end of the Brexit transition period, and still no clarity on a future relationship, livestock marts say they will be "rocks" for UK farmers through the uncertainty....
30 August 2020
New Zealand beef and lamb sampler boxes now available in the US
Silver Fern Farms, Marx Foods and Beef + Lamb New Zealand team up to launch online delivery sampler boxes for US customers. ...
29 August 2020
Beyond Meat initiates direct online sales of plant-based meat
On 27 August, Beyond Meat Inc launched a new website to sell its plant-based meat products to US customers....
27 August 2020
Brazil’s Marfrig introduces “carbon neutral” beef
Brazilian food processor Marfrig, owner of National Beef in the United States, has launched a new line of beef products from cows sourced from sustainable farms....
31 July 2020
Selling meat during the COVID-19 pandemic
When the COVID-19 pandemic started, I, like many of you, was focused on working from home while also homeschooling my daughters. I was busy postponing and rescheduling several NCAT training events and figuring out how to best serve our ATTRA clients,...
21 July 2020
Beef farmers determined amid COVID-19
Beef and dairy producers and stakeholders are go-to resources for understanding what’s happening in both the beef and dairy industries. But friends, clients, custom processors and colleagues are helping to provide perspective on what is happening in...
20 July 2020
Public support of British farmers reaches record high
A survey by OnePoll has shown that support for British food and farming has reached a record high as a result of farmers’ efforts to keep the nation fed throughout the coronavirus pandemic....
16 July 2020
NCBA hits back at new Burger King campaign
NCBA CEO Colin Woodall highlights the misleading claims of Burger King's #CowsMenu campaign....
10 July 2020
CME update: cattle futures make modest gains
US live cattle futures closed slightly higher on 9 July on expectations for steady and stronger cash cattle prices for the week....
06 July 2020
Jogurty Magda becomes the first Polish dairy company to fully switch to plant-based
Sales of dairy alternatives in Poland increased by 26 percent in 2019 alone, as Poles are more and more willing to use plant-based milk, yoghurt or butter substitutes....
19 June 2020
Australia makes moves to lessen reliance on China as UK free trade talks begin later this month
Free trade talks between the United Kingdom and Australia will officially begin later on 29 June as Australia looks to shore up trade relationships beyond China....
02 June 2020
IDF "raises a virtual glass" on World Milk Day 2020
The International Dairy Federation (IDF) fetes the 20th anniversary of World Milk Day with a online celebration for its global experts....
20 May 2020
UK farming groups react to government global tariff announcement
NFU Scotland, Ulster Farmers Union, NFU Cymru and NFU UK welcome the proposed safeguards for UK agriculture as it leaves the EU. ...
19 May 2020
Alltech ONE Virtual Experience opens to global audience, offering insights for agriculture and beyond
Alltech's ONE conference attracts a record-breaking 21,500 registrants from 126 countries. ...
21 April 2020
Cargill temporarily idles beef plant in Alberta as workers test positive for coronavirus
After hundreds of workers are infected with COVID-19, Cargill idles its beef plant in High River, Alberta....
UK public encouraged to "support small cheesemakers" as pandemic threatens the future of Britain's specialist cheese industry
Britain's specialist cheesemakers and retailers have joined forces to urge the public to "support small cheesemakers" as the Coronavirus crisis threatens to wipe out the previously thriving industry....
31 March 2020
Italian food group Newlat agrees to buy Centrale del Latte d’Italia
Newlat has signed an agreement to buy 46 percent stake in dairy group Centrale del Latte d’Italia, creating the third biggest domestic operator in the sector....
22 March 2020
Newlat in talks to buy Italian dairy group as sales surge due to coronavirus
Italian food group Newlat has entered talks to buy a majority stake in dairy group Centrale del Latte d'Italia. ...
17 March 2020
US cattle futures dive to 10-year low
US cattle futures fell to their lowest in nearly a decade as traders react to uncertain long-term demand as the coronavirus pandemic progresses....
09 March 2020
Arla introduces new brand, plant-based products
UK - The farmer owned dairy cooperative Arla Foods enters plant-based drinks sector to offer oat-based options made only from natural ingredients....
06 March 2020
03 March 2020
RABDF leaflet sets record straight on greenhouse gas emissions in dairy sector
The Royal Association of British Dairy Farmers (RABDF) is pushing back claims the dairy industry is a major source of greenhouse gases (GHG) by producing a leaflet highlighting key emission statistics....
Tyson Foods gets recognition for sustainability programmes
US Roundtable for Sustainable Beef recognises Tyson Foods for beef sustainability programmes. ...
28 February 2020
Arla releases 2019 annual, social responsibility reports
GLOBAL - Arla yesterday published its Annual Report for 2019 along with its 2019 Corporate Responsibility Report. The two reports document how the cooperative has progressed its financial operations, as well as its responsible business practices over...
Brazil’s beef exports expected to fall amid reduced Chinese demand due to coronavirus
Market outlook predicts a fall in Chinese beef imports as the coronavirus outbreak effects global movement and trade. ...
26 February 2020
NFU20: promoting, growing and protecting British dairy
Promoting, growing and protecting British dairy were the key themes at this year’s dairy breakout session at NFU Conference, and dairy board chairman Michael Oakes opened it by looking forward to a more optimistic 2020....
 
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