Australian producer Jack’s Creek has retained the title of the World’s Best Steak Producer.
Butchers across the country are being encouraged to enter the Agriculture & Horticulture Development Board’s (AHDB) Pork awards.
For the first time, British Roast Dinner Week has entered into a partnership with publishing house Trinity Mirror.
The meat sector is being encouraged to sign up to a specially designed webinar that explores the changing face of technology in the food industry.
It’s time for the meat processing sector’s brightest and best to showcase their talent as the 2017 Meat & Poultry Processing Awards opens for entries.
Livestock producers looking to improve the genetics of stock and the efficiency of the business are being encouraged to sign up to the latest ON-Farm 2016 event.
Hannan Meats’ Glenarm Shorthorn 4 Rib Roast has been named as the Great Taste Supreme Champion 2016 after beating 10,000 entries. Hannan Meats is the first meat producer to take the top title for the second time.
Some of the best meat in Scotland is receiving a platform to show off as part of the Scottish Food & Drink Fortnight.
Meat Trades Journal is pleased to announce the finalists for the Butcher’s Shop of the Year Awards 2016. They are as follows:
Consumer research undertaken by Hybu Cig Cymru – Meat Promotion Wales (HCC) has shown that over half of shoppers are confused as to when lamb is in season.
With just over one week until the World Butchers’ Challenge takes place, it’s time to meet the fourth and final team challenging The British Beefeaters for the title.
Entries are now open for the nation’s biggest sausage competition.
Celebrating the tastiest burgers in the country, the final six in Britain’s Best Burger competition have been announced.
Cornwall can expect to get something a little bit different as the county prepares for its Great Cornish Food Festival.
The online consumer voting stage for The Farm Shop & Deli Awards 2017 are now open.
The annual Great Yorkshire Pork Pie, Sausage and Products Competition is returning to the Cedar Court Hotel, Bradford, on Sunday, 30 October.
Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland are preparing for the inaugural All-Ireland Butchery Expo next month.
Some of the biggest names in pop will have the chance to sample high-quality PGI Welsh Lamb at this year’s V Festival.
The meat and fish industry has claimed 14 of the Top 50 products selected in the Great Taste Awards this year.
Cambrian Training Company has named the final six butchers who will be battling it out in the WorldSkills competition.
As The British Beefeaters get ready to for the World Butchers’ Challenge next month, some of the toughest competition is bound to come from New Zealand’s Pure South Sharp Blacks.
Yorkshire butcher Ian Hewitt of I and J Hewitt Butchers will be paying close attention to the Olympic Games today as 17-year-old local woman Rebekah Tiler represents Great Britain in the weightlifting competition.
Due to overwhelming demand, this year’s entry deadline for Butcher’s Shop of the Year Awards 2016 has been extended.
Entrants for the British Sausage Week competition are now open, as the event returns for its 19th year.
It may be the middle of summer – despite what the weather might suggest – but Meat Trades Journal is getting ready to reveal the winners of its Christmas Product Awards.
The Butchers’ and Drovers’ Charitable Institution (BDCI) is calling on golfers in the meat industry to help to raise funds by signing up to participate in this year’s Golf Day.
The Great Yorkshire Pork Pie, Sausage & Products Competition returns to Bradford this year.
The fallout from Brexit and access to overseas markets were the main focuses for Hybu Cig Cymru – Meat Promotion Wales (HCC) at the opening day of this week’s Royal Welsh Show.
Morrisons has picked up the title of Meat & Fish Retailer of the Year at SuperMeat & Fish Awards 2016.
It may be summer but the SuperMeat & Fish Christmas Product Awards are fast approaching and time is running out to submit your entries.
We caught up with The Butcher's Quarter in Manchester, winners of the innovation award at Meat Trades Journal's Butcher's Shop of the Year Awards 2015.
Stephen Mulhern, presenter of ITV2 series Britain’s Got More Talent, is to host this year’s BDCI Annual Festival Dinner.
Meat Trades Journal is pleased to announce the return of Butcher’s Shop of the Year Awards.
One of the pig industry’s most prestigious awards is now open for nominations.
Sixteen-year-old Hannah Blakey from Leeds City College has been crowned the victor of the Welsh heat of the WorldSkills butchery competition.
Following on from a successful first year, the WorldSkills butchery competition is returning for 2016.
Butchers are being encouraged to enter the NFMFT National BBQ Competition, taking place on 22 May, as part of Dalziel’s Open Day at its depot in Newbury.
Pork producers in Wales are being encouraged to stick strictly to general biosecurity practices ahead of the summer show season.
The British Pig & Poultry Fair, which started on Tuesday (10 May 2016) has started well, with standing room only at the popular forum programmes.
A new speaker has been added to the third Meat Business Women event.
Entries are now being accepted for this year’s SuperMeat & Fish Christmas Products Awards.
An impressive £135,000 was raised for Farm Africa last week (Thursday 21 April 2016) at a gala event, organised by the development charity.
Craig Finch of Craig Finch Butchers in Harborne, Birmingham, has won the Supreme Champion accolade at this year’s National Meat Products Competition.
Students at Holme Junior and Infant School in Holmfirth, West Yorkshire, were treated to an educational butchery workshop by master butcher Brindon Addy.
The five butchers’ shops that have been announced as finalists in the butchery category at the 2016 Farm Shop & Deli Awards have been busy finalising preparations. The winner will be announced on Monday 18 April, in conjunction with Foodex.
Meat Business Women, the networking group for women working in the UK meat industry, is to host its third event next month in London.
The industry has its chance to have its say on environmental issues, thanks to the annual Meat Trades Journal Green Survey.
More than 140 young farmers between the ages of eight and 24 demonstrated their abilities at the National Young Stars from 23-24 March at the Three Counties Showground in Malvern.
Due to the overwhelming number of entrants, the deadline for entries to this year’s SuperMeat & Fish Awards has been extended to 1 April.