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Judges crowned ABP Poland the winner of World Steak Challenge 2017

World Steak Challenge: how social media reacted

By Oscar Rousseau

ABP Poland, a subsidiary of Ireland-based ABP Food Group, has been crowned winner of World Steak Challenge 2017 – and social media responded with a flurry of jubilation.

A soft Brexit may be a better deal for EU and UK meat industry players

Hard Brexit breakdown ‘opportunity’ for meat trade

By Oscar Rousseau

UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s failure to win a Conservative majority in the general election may soften the government’s hard Brexit rhetoric, benefiting the country's meat industry.

The British Meat Processors Association said the High Court ruling is 'not entirely surprising'

UK government loses first Brexit battle

By Oscar Rousseau

The UK’s High Court has ruled that Prime Minister Theresa May cannot trigger Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty – the process for leaving the European Union (EU) – without parliamentary approval. 

Alpro says it 'remains steadfast' in its plant-based mission following criticism of its acquisition by dairy giant Danone.

Alpro: 'we made a mistake and we’re really sorry'

Twitter storm blows up Alpro's dairy problem

By Annie Harrison-Dunn

Belgian manufacturer of plant-based dairy alternatives Alpro has been caught in a Twitter storm after it tweeted that a healthy diet consists of one third animal-based products. Disgruntled vegan followers referenced the company’s recent acquisition by...

Police and bomb experts were called in to investigate a suspicious package sent to EFSA’s offices in Parma yesterday. Stock photo used.© iStock.com / bensib

'Local authorities determined the package contained a small amount of potentially explosive material'

Bomb scare at EFSA offices under investigation

By Annie Harrison-Dunn

Italian authorities are investigating a bomb scare at the European Food Safety Authority’s (EFSA) offices yesterday.

One user on Twitter called the #HalalChallenge

Germany in social media storm over halal meat

By Oscar Rousseau

German social media campaigners have called for pork to be placed in the halal section of supermarkets to challenge the “cruel” way animals are slaughtered, but critics argue this is an Islamophobic attack.

GlobalMeatNews in 10 tweets

Social media special

GlobalMeatNews in 10 tweets

By Oscar Rousseau

GlobalMeatNews has exceeded 3,000 followers on Twitter, and to celebrate this achievement we thought we'd share our top 10 tweets.

FiE attendees have been tweeting about the latest trends and innovations

FiE reports

Top trends tweeted from FiE

By Laurence Gibbons

More than 1,400 international food and drink exhibitors descended on Paris for the Food Ingredients Europe (FiE) show this week, with many tweeting the latest trends and innovations.

5% sugar reduction 'dramatic' for some on Twitter

SACN report

Twitterati: industry should lower sugar after SACN

By Nicholas Robinson

Manufacturers must do more to help consumers halve their overall energy intake from free-sugars to less than 5%, commentators on Twitter have urged after the release of the Scientific Advisory Committee on Nutrition's report on carbohydrates today.

Kellogg experiences backlash over “distasteful tweet”

Kellogg in trouble over "distasteful tweet"

By Annie-Rose Harrison-Dunn

Kellogg has issued an apology for a “distasteful tweet” in which it promised to donate one breakfast to a vulnerable child for each retweet.

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