All news articles for September 2019

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Cutting meat consumption may cause ‘serious harm’, academics warn

By Oliver Morrison

There is a lack of robust evidence to confirm link between meat eating as part of a healthy diet and the development of Western diseases, according to a paper that contends there are a wide range of benefits delivered by meat that are not always easily...

Tea bags can be made from plastic or paper, or use a combination of the two. Pic:getty/alexthq

Plastic tea bags release microplastics into brew, says study

By Rachel Arthur

Plastic tea bags can release billions of microplastic and nanoplastic particles into a cup of tea, according to Canadian researchers. But while the scientists say some brands have shifted to plastic tea bags instead of paper ones, the industry counters...

Danish Crown adopts responsible soy policy

Danish Crown adopts responsible soy policy

By Aidan Fortune

Pork producer Danish Crown has taken what it calls a “significant step” to improve sustainability with the adoption of a responsible soy policy.

WATCH: GMN visits Meat Attraction 2019

Meat Attraction 2019

WATCH: Meat Attraction 2019

By Aidan Fortune

Global Meat News travelled to Meat Attraction in Madrid to catch up on the latest in the Spanish meat sector.

Tönnies and Dekon sign the memorandum of understanding for the new project in China

Tönnies launches joint venture in China

By Aidan Fortune

Meat processing business Tönnies Holding and the Dekon Group are launching a joint venture for a slaughter and butchering centre in the Sichuan region of China.

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