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Tender process for Isle of Man meat plant to start soon

The tendering process for the meat plant on the Isle of Man is set to begin within the year, according to Environment, Food and Agriculture Minister Geoffrey Boot.

CETA vs Brexit: The parallels

As the UK prepares to begin the process of leaving the EU, what can the authors of the trade agreement learn from the CETA situation?

Sous vide explained to consumers

Website Sousvidetools.com has put together an infographic clearing up some myths about the cooking process.

Northern Irish butchers wins innovation accolade

Butchers Hannan Meats has been awarded an Excellence in Innovation at the Belfast Telegraph Northern Ireland Business Awards.

Systems Integration lands Canada contract

A British software firm has landed a contract at a state-of-the-art beef processing facility set to open in Canada this year, which its owners claim is the first of its kind in North America.

Pig farm applicant withdraws proposal following lengthy tussle

Midland Pig Producers (MPP) has withdrawn its planning application for what campaign groups called one of Britains first factory farms, after the Environment Agency (EA) rejected its proposals.

Tulip reduces salt for Danepak bacon

Tulip has revealed its Danepak bacon will contain 30% less salt than normal bacon as the result of a new curing process.

BDCI welcomes bursary applications

The BDCI is now welcoming applications for its bursary programme announced earlier this month.

Meat industry charity to award bursaries amid change to organisation

Students will now be able to train for a career in the meat industry with a little helping hand, courtesy of the sectors leading charity, the Butchers and Drovers Charitable Institution (BDCI).

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