Browne: 'Excellent progress' on water and energy use and greenhouse gas reduction

Meat processor Dunbia slashes environmental impact

By Rod Addy

Dunbia has slashed greenhouse gas emissions by a third just over four years into a ten-year strategy to reduce the environmental impact of the meat processor, which is a division of Dawn Meats.

Livestock transport debate gains traction

Livestock transport debate gains traction

By Aidan Fortune

The European Livestock and Meat Trades Union (UECBV) has lent its support to the EU Commission on the issue of stricter enforcement of animal transport legislation.

Global trade hitting Welsh meat industry

Global trade hitting Welsh meat industry

By Aidan Fortune

An analysis of market prices for lamb, beef and pork in Wales has shown that both local and global factors are having a “substantial and complex influence”.

Irish farmers have criticised processors and retailers on the disparity in lamb prices

Irish farmers slam lamb retail prices

By Aidan Fortune

The Irish Farmers Association (IFA) has accused processors and retailers of keeping margins to themselves at the expense of its members.

The EU-Mercosur agreement is expected to save EU businesses €4bn a year in reduced or removed tariffs

Mixed reaction to EU-Mercosur trade agreement

By Aidan Fortune

A trade deal between the EU and Mercosur has been agreed following 20 years of negotiations, however some questions have been raised regarding production standards.


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