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A Doncaster processor at the centre of the Leicester halal lamb burger contamination claims has said independent testing showed its lamb burgers should have been declared "pork free".
Morrisons has made a firm step into the online grocery market and struck a long-term agreement with Ocado.
The importance of food assurance schemes and their future were stressed by University of Bristol veterinary surgeon David Main at the Animal Welfare Foundation Discussion Forum (AWFDF) on Monday (13 May).
The Young European Meat Committee (YEMCO) focused on the demand for high-welfare meat in Europe, and the importance of imported products being of the same standard as European.
A snapshot of the Scottish Meat Trade Fair featuring the Singing Butcher.
North West pie, pudding and pastry producer Holland’s Pies has announced it is launching a new sausage roll for its van sales channel in spring.
Moves to limit the inspection of pig carcases in slaughterhouses are expected to be made by government officials from across the EU, including the UK, in Brussels next week.
Tesco made a major move in support of Scottish agriculture yesterday by offering customers in Scotland 100% Scottish chicken.
Some of the information ex-commercial director of Freeza Meats James Fairbairn gave to the Environmental Food and Rural Affairs (EFRA) committee on Tuesday was “factually incorrect” a spokesman for McAdam Food has told MeatInfo.co.uk.
Former president of the British Veterinary Association (BVA) Bill Reilly has reiterated a call for the labelling of meat from animals that have been slaughtered without stunning, to help consumers make informed decisions.
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Brazil’s pork exports plummeted last month, with an increase in trade in some markets offset by the Ukrainian ban on Brazilian pork, according to the Brazilian Pork Industry and Exporter Association (ABIPECS).
The UK’s red meat industry has taken part in a mission to Hong Kong to exhibit at food and hospitality tradeshow HOFEX.
Industry leaders in the UK have denied claims that abscesses and tumours could make it into pork products if Brussels relaxes pig inspection rules next week.