Meat Production

Rebel-held regions in Ukraine have reported an increase in meat production

Ukraine crisis: rebels boost meat production to stop mass hunger

By Vladislav Vorotnikov

Rebel republics of eastern Ukraine have reported an eight-fold increase in meat production in 2015, almost reaching the level of self-sufficiency and exceeding the volume of manufacture prior to the beginning of the armed conflict. 

Over 850 meat exhibitors will be in attendance at this year's Anuga in Cologne

Meat takes centre stage in Cologne

By Aidan Fortune

The Anuga trade show takes place next month and GlobalMeatNews will be in attendance. We take a look at who is attending and why you should as well. 

Annual EU pig meat production is expected to increase this year

EU meat production set to increase

By Michelle Perrett

Meat production and exports within European Union countries are predicted to increase during 2015, despite the Russian import ban. 

Bacon supplies have fallen by 71%

Russian meat imports fall by a quarter

By Vladislav Vorotnikov

Since the beginning of 2014, Russia has reduced imports of meat by 27.1%, excluding imports from Belarus and Kazakhstan, the Russian Ministry of Agriculture has reported, citing data from the Federal Customs Service.

Emma Hancocks explores the new MINTs

Beyond the BRIC… looking to the MINT

By Emma Hancocks

Whenever the phrase ‘emerging’ economies is used, the acronym BRIC is usually quite close behind. However, on consideration, the BRIC markets have stepped beyond ‘emerging’ and are actually seeing a slowdown in the momentum of their growth. The gap left...

Lamb and sheep meat production on the rise in Czech

Czech lamb and sheep meat production rises

By Jaroslaw Adamowski

Despite the decrease in production reported in the majority of meat segments in the Czech Republic last year, local lamb and sheep meat production rose in 2013, according to data released by the state-run Czech Statistical Office (CSU). Production of...

The sow stall ban is one reason behind the decline in EU meat production

EU meat production expected to drop

By Carmen Paun, in Brussels

The total meat production in the European Union (EU) will drop by 2% in the next two years, according to a report published on Friday by the European Commission on the prospects for agricultural markets and income in the EU from 2012-2022.

Iran invests millions in meat production

Iran invests millions in meat production

By Vladislav Vorotnikov

Iran’s government has announced plans to increase the country’s meat production capacity, with large-scale investment over three years.

Russia puts figures on livestock support

Russia puts figures on livestock support

By Vladislav Vorotnikov

The total amount of livestock support within the Russian state programme for 2013-2020 will exceed RUB1bn (US$24.1bn), stated Agriculture Minister Yelena Skrynnik at a recent press-conference.


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