All news articles for February 22, 2018

Russia looks to export opportunity for halal venison

Russia looks to export opportunity for halal venison

By Vladislav Vorotnikov

A recently opened slaughterhouse in northern Siberia has been certified to sell venison in accordance with Islamic standards (halal) and is currently in negotiations to export commercial batches of premium cuts to Iran and the United Arab Emirates (UAE)....

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EU food exports 'holding strong'

By Niamh Michail

EU food exports are “holding strong” with a 5.1% increase in value in 2017 compared to the previous year, according to a Commission report.

Getting that first listing can be a struggle for start-ups: KaDeTe has a solution ©iStock/         BrianAJackson

KaDeTe: Berlin’s first ‘start-up supermarket’

By Katy Askew

The world’s first ‘start-up supermarket’ KaDeTe will open in Berlin next month. But what exactly does this mean and what will it bring to the market? FoodNavigator speaks to founders Franziska Schetter and Ola Klöckner to find out more.

Food recall round-up by FoodQualityNews

Food Safety Recall round-up 16-22 February 2018

Recalls: Easter eggs, foreign bodies and allergens

By Joseph James Whitworth

Recalls and alerts were made by England, Ireland, US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Croatia, Denmark, France, Norway, Netherlands, Belgium, Sweden, Italy and Austria.


What's the cost of rising demand for superfoods?

By Niamh Michail

Demand for superfoods like avocados and blueberries has exploded in recent years. But what's the impact on global food dynamics and can production keep up with demand? A Rabobank analyst weighs in.

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