September 22, 2022

Meat & Poultry

IFFA 2022 concludes exceeding expectations

The global meat and protein industry seized every minute of IFFA from 14 to 19 May: for intensive networking, to see innovations and to do business. Sustainable production, automated processes and digitalization in all areas of processing, packaging and sales characterized the range of products at the booths. The high interest in alternative proteins also

Gulfood 2022: Welsh Lamb sets foot in the Middle East’s hospitality sector

Meat Promotion Wales (HCC) has launched a new partnership designed to boost sales of PGI Welsh Lamb into the hotel and restaurant sector across the Middle East. Available to buy at Classic Fine Foods and Kibsons, the demand for UK-produced sheep meat across the region has been steadily increasing year on year.   Market development work

Kerry’s plant-based solutions can meet Asia’s calls for meat alternatives

Flexitarians drive demand for meat alternatives in Asia as consumers seek tastier and more sustainable options New research produced by Kerry, the world’s leading taste and nutrition company, has revealed that over 60% of consumers in the Asia Pacific region are interested in purchasing plant-based meat alternatives. According to the new study, which was conducted

Shakuntala Thilsted (right) with 2020 World Food Prize Laureate Rattan Lal (left) in Des Moines, Iowa. Photo by Finn Thilsted.

WorldFish scientist receives “Nobel Prize for Food & Agriculture”

Dr. Shakuntala Haraksingh Thilsted, Global Lead for Nutrition and Public Health at WorldFish, received today the 2021 World Food Prize for her groundbreaking research, critical insights and landmark innovations in developing nutrition-sensitive approaches to aquatic food systems, including fisheries and aquaculture, and integrated food production from land and water. Thilsted is the first woman of

Seafood from Norway

Salmon is the most popular food fish in Germany as it is not only delicious but also healthy. With its natural omega-3 fatty acids, Salmon is one of the richest Omega-3 suppliers for humans. When buying fish, many are often faced with the question: wild salmon or Aquaculture salmon? The Stiftung Warentest has checked both.

CIBUS International Food Exhibition from 31st Aug to 3rd Sept

500 new products to discover at the exhibition, the collateral event “Cibus Off”, which will host meetings and events from 29th August to 5th September, meetings and initiatives at the exhibition dedicated to Large-Scale Retail and Out of Home professionals. Food companies will present a great number of innovative products, as well as reinterpretations of

Prioritizing aquatic foods to nourish nations

 New research identifies a growing number of nations prioritize the link between fisheries and aquaculture and nutrition and public health in policies, marking an increased recognition of the role of aquatic foods in sustainable healthy diets.  Published in the journal ‘Fish and Fisheries’, the study assessed the alignment of objectives in national fisheries and public health nutrition policies finding

Eagle Breakthrough PXT™ Detector Technology Now Available for a Range of Food Product Applications

To help food manufacturers better protect their products and brands, Eagle Product Inspection offers breakthrough Performance X-ray Technology (PXT™). This newly-available detector technology, first proven in the poultry industry for superior bone and metal detection, captures a greater amount of information about the product being inspected. This helps produce more detailed x-ray images to deliver

AAK join forces with Vista Foods for plant-based meat alternatives in India

AAK, India’s leading manufacturer of specialty oils and fats, has announced a new partnership with Vista Processed Foods Pvt Ltd, part of OSI group, to meet the country’s growing demand for plant-based meat alternatives. It is estimated that as many as 29% of people in India are vegetarian.1 There is also increasing interest in veganism and

Bühler’s Insect Technology enters a new phase

Insects will play a key role in building more sustainable chicken and aquaculture value chains. This is a necessity if the industry is to provide adequate protein to satisfy the growing population. Bühler is committed to ambitious targets that will help mitigate climate change. The company targets reducing waste, energy consumption, and water use by

Optimised warehouse logistics

 The specialist meat processing machine manufacturer, K+G Wetter have now made investments in warehouse logistics at its facility in the Breidenstein district of  Biedenkopf in the German State of Hesse. This is followed by its expansion of its production areas in 2018 and 2020 and the associated optimisation of operating procedures. By optimising its entire

GFI and IBFI get ‘Great Place To Work®’ certification

UAE-based value-added food and beverage manufacturing firms Global Food Industries (GFI) and International Beverage and Filling Industries (IBFI) continue to set industry benchmarks as both companies were awarded a ‘Great Place to Work®’ certificate by the global authority on high-trust, high-performance workplace cultures. GFI and IBFI’s Great Place to Work® certifications were awarded following the

Plant-based burgers with meat-like texture & flavor

Sharjah-based leading food and beverage manufacturing firm widens Al Areesh market reach as it addresses the dietary needs and cravings of flexitarians, vegetarians and vegans for tasty and nutritious burger patty options Global Food Industries (GFI), a world-class value-added food manufacturing firm and part of Albatha Holding – one of the largest conglomerates in the

Improving climate footprint in egg production

By using certified European soy, German farmers can significantly improve their climate footprint in egg production. This is the result of a new study by the renowned Research Institute of Organic Agriculture (FIbL). Susanne Fromwald from the Donau Soja Association will present the results of the study on February 12 at Eurotier 2021. In addition,