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Food & Water Watch and the Center for Food Safety have suggested that analysis of newly released data reveals the New Swine Inspection System eliminates critical animal and carcass inspection, which could potentially lead to disease outbreaks.
Amid increasing demand during the COVID-19 emergency, Sainsbury’s and Asda sourced some beef cuts from Poland, and the National Beef Association (NBA) has now sent a letter to their respective CEOs outlining their concerns.
In February 2020, following the outbreak of the zoonotic coronavirus (COVID-19), China introduced a law that banned the consumption of wild animals, and Shenzhen has now expanded this to include pets such as cats and dogs.
By treating meat as a network of flexible polymers surrounded by flowing moisture, researchers have used computer models to accurately predict how much it will shrink when cooked.
The US-China Phase One Economic and Trade Agreement is said to be favourable to those trading livestock between the two nations.
The British Meat Processors Association (BMPA) has called for support from the government as increased demand, combined with workers being advised to isolate, has put extreme pressure of the meat sector.
Meat Business Women, the global networking group, has launched a survey seeking data on the number of women employed at different organisational levels, their level of pay as well as barriers to career progression.
The United States Cattlemen’s Association (USCA) has called on the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) Secretary, Sonny Perdue, to take action to protect the US cattle market amid the recent coronavirus outbreak.
The food scientists used turkey breast meat as a protein model to investigate whether limiting the sodium diffusion rates could reduce overall sodium while maintaining a quality of saltiness that consumers accept.
FAIRR has undertaken a climate ’scenario analysis’ on some of the world’s biggest meat companies, finding that many could “face ruin” in the likely scenario of a 2°C warmer world by 2050.
With bull fertility to blame for a significant portion of reproductive failures in cow-calf operations, UoI researchers have explored whether distiller grain in cattle feedlot diets is safe for bull development and fertility.
USDA researchers are reportedly developing vaccine candidates that show promise against ASF, and USDA has stated that it will continue to work with industry and state partners to keep ASF out of the US.
According to a new report, Africa and the Middle East are primed for fast growth in meat consumption, while the US is trending toward modest gains.
New research entailing whole genome sequencing of campylobacter strains suggests that it mutates, with consequences for both detection and control of the pathogen.