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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. ...
21 May 2021
UK meat exports make a splash in Asian markets
The Far East has helped bolster the UK's red meat export industry as the sector contends with Brexit and the COVID-19 pandemic. ...
19 May 2021
"Fire up for summer" to support UK beef sector
The AHDB is encouraging UK consumers to "fire up for summer" and opt for steaks during the summer barbeque season. ...
US NFU and leading cattle producer organizations hold historic talks to tackle marketplace issues
National Farmers Union (NFU) recently joined with five other organizations that represent cattle producers to agree to work jointly on issues in the cattle marketplace....
18 May 2021
US and Canadian trade representatives air concerns ahead of USMCA trade deal meeting
US Trade Representative Katherine Tai discussed a range of trade issues with Canadian Trade Minister Mary Ng on 17 May and emphasized the need for Canada to implement new North American trade deal commitments on dairy and e-commerce shipments, her office...
05 May 2021
Nestle launches pea-based milk alternative under "Wunda" brand
Nestle has launched a new brand, "Wunda," to market a milk alternative made from yellow peas, the packaged food giant said on 5 May, as it sought to further boost its presence in the fast-growing market for plant-based foods....
High‑value beef product from the Pilbara, Australia
In MLA’s ‘Down the track’ series, we catch up with producers who have been profiled in the past to see how their business is evolving in response to new challenges and opportunities....
04 May 2021
Tyson launches plant-based burgers and sausages to compete with Beyond Meat
Tyson Foods Inc is launching plant-based hamburgers and sausages ahead of the US summer grilling season, increasing competition for Beyond Meat as it releases an updated version of its own faux burger....
EU's sustainable farming promotion must include all sectors, say farming unions
EU farming unions call on the European Commission to support the sustainability efforts of the entire agriculture and livestock industry in its future promotion policy. ...
03 May 2021
UK beef sector courts US market in virtual event series
High quality offerings from the UK's red meat sector will take center stage next month in a series of virtual events targeting the US foodservice market....
30 April 2021
#FarmingCan launches in the UK with backing from Prime Minister
Farmers Guardian launches the #FarmingCan campaign to showcase what agriculture delivers for the United Kingdom and how it can be a key block as the country rebuilds from the pandemic....
27 April 2021
AHDB's showcase in Singapore gives boost to UK cheese makers and exporters
Cheese connoisseurs in Singapore had the opportunity to sample some of the best of British this month, resulting in a number of potential opportunities for dairy exporters....
26 April 2021
Great British Beef Week can help build Britain’s food brand
As the industry celebrates Great British Beef Week, the NFU is urging farmers to use this opportunity to demonstrate why government should support the promotion of world-class, sustainable British beef both at home and abroad....
23 April 2021
Weekly beef and dairy digest: analysis of Spain's meat sector
In this week's beef and dairy digest, read about Spain's meat sector and China's changes to its feed guidelines. ...
21 April 2021
Plant-based food industry fights EU proposal to ban dairy comparisons
A new rule banning food companies from comparing plant-based products to dairy in their marketing could be agreed by European Union negotiators this week, despite protests from firms including Danone, Nestle and Unilever....
Brazil's JBS expands into plant-based protein with Vivera acquisition
JBS has purchased Vivera, Europe’s third-largest plant-based protein producer for €341 million, to appeal to those who want to eat less meat. ...
16 April 2021
Michelin-rated chef's $20 takeaway burger a hit in Amsterdam
The Waldorf Astoria hotel in Amsterdam, with a two Michelin star chef and rooms starting at $700, initially balked at the idea of offering burgers for delivery. Then reality hit....
14 April 2021
Virtual cook-along showcases British beef in Singapore
Chefs and importers in Singapore have had the chance to sample British beef as part of a series of virtual events run by AHDB to target the all-important market....
12 April 2021
The UK's meat and dairy industry should maintain in-home offerings post pandemic
With over a quarter of the population saying they plan to eat out less when lockdown eases, AHDB has produced a new report exploring future opportunities for meat and dairy in-home....
06 April 2021
Student research looks at whether insects are the next new meat replacement
Student research from Harper Adams University is exploring how people react to consuming insects. ...
01 April 2021
Australia's NFF voices concerns over EU's geographical indicator regime amid trade deal push
Australia's National Farmers Federation says that the European Union's geographical indicator regime is a Trojan horse for Australian farmers and processors. ...
Loved-up Brits choose meat and dairy this Valentine's
UK meat and dairy felt the love in lockdown, helping boost food and drink retail sales to record levels this Valentine's Day – up £85 million on last year....
18 March 2021
Great British Beef Week is "going green" as its 11th year focuses on sustainability
British beef farmers are to receive industry-wide recognition at the end of April, with their support for sustainable production practices being the focal point of Great British Beef Week 2021....
17 March 2021
2020 a "grate" year for UK cheese
The latest UK consumer data from Kantar shows cheese sales increasing by 15% in volume and 17% in value....
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