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SAC Dr Alan Renwick presenting the report at the Oxford Farming Conference

World agricultural power in the balance

By Melodie Michel

Power in the world’s meat market is expected to stay concentrated in Europe and North America despite growing pressure from emerging economies, a new report shows.

Ending pig castration in the EU: a long road ahead

Ending pig castration in the EU: a long road ahead

By Carina Perkins

Earlier this month, farmers, meat processors, retailers, scientists, veterinarians and animal welfare lobbyists gathered in Amsterdam to discuss progress towards voluntarily ending pig castration in Europe by 2018. Carina Perkins reports on some of the...

Video: 2012 outlook for UK retailers

Video: 2012 outlook for UK retailers

By Melodie Michel

Kantar Worldpanel communications director Ed Garner talks about the impact of the recession and the 2012 outlook for major UK supermarkets.

Germany a powerhouse on pig production

Promar International Analysis

Germany a powerhouse on pig production

By Andrew McLay, Promar International

In terms of the European pig industry, Germany is without doubt the power house of the region for both consumption and production.

Uniq proposes poultry unit sale

Uniq proposes poultry unit sale

Uniq the European chilled convenience food group, is considering selling its UK poultry sector. The proposal has been influenced by the loss of the Burger King business, and the outbreaks of Avian flu, which has had a disproportionate impact on its poultry...

EU raps Poles

EU raps Poles

The European Commission has warned the Polish government that the country must do more to bring food safety standards relating to meat production in line with current EU regulations.

Danish delight

Danish delight

Danish fears of strict export restrictions have been put at bay as pigs suspected of swine fever test negative to preliminary examinations.

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