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Jul
18

Prince Charles at Ginsters HQ for 50th anniversary

Pasty maker Ginsters welcomed The Duke of Cornwall and The Duchess of Cornwall to its Callington-based bakery
Jul
18

Arby’s Has an Answer to Plant-Based Meat: A Meat-Based Carrot

It has been christened the marrot. In the past year, several prominent restaurant chains have added plant-based burgers, sausages and ground beef to their menus, embracing a growing consumer demand for vegetarian products that simulate the taste and texture of meat.
Jul
18

Top meat awards for NI producers

Four Northern Ireland com-panies have won categories in the prestigious Meat Management Industry Aw-ards 2019. The awards, the most important in the UK meat industry, were announced at a gala event in Birmingham.
Jul
18

DAIRY MARKET REPORT 15th JULY

2019 global milk supplies to May were estimated down 0.3% (down 0.4% for May itself), with US production static, New Zealand down as the season comes to a close, Australian supplies sharply reduced, Argentinian output well back, and only EU production up very modestly.
Jul
18

Tapping into red hot China demand

With China shifting into second place after the US as Australia’s most valuable red meat export market, the activity around marketing, relationship building and education in-country has hit top gear. From trade shows to cold chain seminars and cooking demonstrations to Asia’s largest food expo, Meat & Livestock Australia’s (MLA) team China has been operating around the clock to ensure Australian beef and lamb is front of mind as China continues down a path of purchasing unprecedented volumes of meat.
Jul
18

Asda is introducing a dedicated vegan section to its stores

Eagle-eyed shoppers have spotted an exciting new development at Asda supermarket stores across the UK, a brand new dedicated vegan section.
Jul
18

Aussie dairy farmers move to reclaim "milk" label from 'misleading' alternatives

Australian dairy farmers have launched a campaign to ban plant-based products from using the term "milk" on labels and in marketing.
Jul
17

Swedish supermarket ICA creates buzz year-round with new fruit and veg opportunities

One of the most difficult challenges as a retailer is creating new selling opportunities around fruits and vegetables, especially ones that can create a fresh buzz around the category. Yet, Swedish supermarket giant ICA believes it has found the solution.
Jul
17

Arcos Dorados Expands its Sustainable Beef Program in Brazil

SÃO PAULO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Arcos Dorados, (NYSE: ARCO) (“Arcos Dorados” or the “Company”), the world’s largest independent McDonald’s franchisee, today announced it will expand its program of purchasing sustainably produced beef. To date, the Company has quadrupled the amount of protein derived through this livestock model since Arcos had established this objective three years ago.
Jul
17

Creed calls for ‘no effort to be spared’ to protect farmers from Mercosur

Calls have been made for “no effort to be spared” in protecting Irish and European beef producers to the maximum possible extent from the potential negative impacts of the EU-Mercosur trade agreement.
Jul
17

New £3m fund launched to help meat and food companies fight food waste

Meat and fish businesses are being urged to apply for new funding to help them redistribute their edible surplus food to frontline charities, instead of sending it to anaerobic digestion or landfill.
Jul
17

Just Desserts gets visit from HRH Princess Anne

Just Desserts welcomed HRH Princess Anne to its bakery in Shipley, West Yorkshire yesterday (15 July).
Jul
17

Dan Murphy: More Meat? Less Meat? Wrong Question.

From dietary gurus to academic researchers to self-appointed media ‘exerts,’ the message is simple: The path to good health is forged by eating less meat. And they’re all wrong.
Jul
17

Albert Heijn trials driverless robot that delivers groceries to your door

The largest Dutch supermarket chain, Albert Heijn, has begun a trial of a ‘delivery robot’ that sends groceries out to its customers without the need for a driver.
Jul
16

Tips to improve MSA compliance for Queensland producers

As Queensland beef producers targeting Meat Standards Australia (MSA) requirements face what is historically the most challenging time of the year for meeting compliance, some timely tips to help improve compliance have been compiled for producers.
Jul
16

Vietnam trade deal could open doors for EU pigs

Pig producers across Europe are expected to benefit from a €47.6bn (£42.7bn) general trade agreement with Vietnam.
Jul
16

Kroger, Ocado plan customer fulfillment center

ATLANTA – The Kroger Co., along with online grocery retailer Ocado, announced plans for a new customer fulfillment center (CFC) in Forest Park, Georgia. The company said the $55 million facility will create more than 400 new jobs.
Jul
16

Retail footfall sees June slump

For the five weeks 26 May-29 June 2019, retail footfall declined by 2.9% in June, compared to the same point last year when it declined by 0.9%.
Jul
16

Ingredients producer identifies key food trends

Alternative proteins and sustainability are the key trends that food and drink manufacturers should be keeping their eyes on, according to ingredients and flavourings producer Griffith Foods.
Jul
16

Processors warn dairy markets are under pressure

Dairy processors are being accused of paying below market returns for milk, as they warn markets are under pressure.
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