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Monday, May 10, 2004
Sonae To Build EUR20 Million Meat Plant
May 10, 2004 Sonae To Build EUR20 Million Meat Plant Conglomerate Sonae SGPS is investing EUR20 million in a meat-processing plant that will help cut costs at its retailing unit Modelo Continente, Diario Economico reports.   The plant, in S ...
Friday, May 7, 2004
Meat Plant Hygiene Standards Not Uniform For Expanded EU
May 7, 2004 Meat Plant Hygiene Standards Not Uniform For Expanded EU The European Union expanded its boundaries last weekend. A further 10 countries, eight from the former Eastern block, joined the existing 15 in the Union. As a whole, the ...
Thursday, April 22, 2004
Pork Is EU Meat Favorite
April 22, 2004 Pork Is EU Meat Favorite   Pork is the most popular type of meat in almost every country in the European Union, according to a recent survey. The only exception is the United Kingdom, where poultry meat is slightly more popul ...
Thursday, February 5, 2004
Russia May Halt EU Meat Imports
February 5, 2004 Russia May Halt EU Meat Imports Russia are ready to halt meat imports from the European Union on May 1 if a single meat import-export veterinary certificate is not agreed with E.U. officials, Evgeny Nepoklonov, head of the ...
Wednesday, January 21, 2004
EU Introduce Export Refunds To Halt Pigmeat Price Slide
January 21, 2004 EU Introduce Export Refunds To Halt Pigmeat Price Slide In a bid to halt falling pig prices, the European Union (EU) is set to intervene by introducing export refunds for the first time in three and a half years, which shou ...
Thursday, December 18, 2003
Namibian Meat Allowed Back in EU
December 18, 2003 Namibian Meat Allowed Back in EU Yesterday, the Namibian agricultural authorities announced the resumption of beef and mutton exports to the European Union, with effect from Friday. On November 24, the exports were halted ...
Monday, December 15, 2003
Resumption of Paraguay's Meat Exports To Europe May Take 3-Years
December 15, 2003 Resumption of Paraguay's Meat Exports To Europe May Take 3-Years The resumption of Paraguayan meat exports to Europe may take a 3 years period, as the government has to comply with six sanitary requirements before to apply ...
Thursday, December 11, 2003
Namibia's Biggest Meat Exporter Lost N$5 Million Over EU's Export Ban
December 11, 2003 Namibia's Biggest Meat Exporter Lost N$5 Million Over EU's Export Ban Meatco, Namibia's biggest meat exporter has lost about N$5 million due to the recent suspension of beef and mutton exports to the European Union (EU). C ...
Friday, December 5, 2003
1st Half 2004 Pigmeat Production in EU Seen To Drop Further
Deceber 5, 2003 1st Half 2004 Pigmeat Production in EU Seen To Drop Further   A marginal decline in European Union pigmeat production during 2003, to just over 17.7 million tons, has been forecast. Consumption is forecast to remain relative ...
Wednesday, December 3, 2003
Soar in EU Grain Prices May Drive Meat and Egg Prices Up
December 03, 2003 Soar in EU Grain Prices May Drive Meat and Egg Prices Up   Rising grain prices may drive European meat and egg producers to increase prices in the coming weeks, but some may not do so for fear of weak demand, traders say. ...
Thursday, November 27, 2003
Botswana Meat Commission Abattoirs Closed Due To Failure in Complying with EU Export Requirements
November 27, 2003 Botswana Meat Commission Abattoirs Closed Due To Failure in Complying with EU Export Requirements The Botswana Meat Commission (BMC) abattoirs in Africa will remain closed until further notice according to acting Director ...
Friday, November 14, 2003
Further Consolidation of German & Euro Swine Industry Thru Netherlands' Bestmeat's Acquisition of German Packer
November 24, 2003 Fourth Quarter US Pork Production On Track To Be Largest Ever U.S. commercial pork production in October was a new record high, and based on output so far this month along with hog slaughter projections for December, some ...
Friday, November 7, 2003
Europeans Increasingly Opting For Soy-Based Alternatives To Dairy And Meat Products
November 7, 2003 Europeans Increasingly Opting For Soy-Based Alternatives To Dairy And Meat Products   Europeans are increasingly opting for soy-based alternatives to dairy and meat products, according to a new research from PROSOY. In 2002 ...
Monday, October 27, 2003
EU Might Review Sanitary Policy That Determines Analysis Of Brazil's Poultry Meat
October 27, 2003 EU Might Review Sanitary Policy That Determines Analysis Of Brazil's Poultry Meat Until the end of the year, the European Union might evaluate the sanitary policy that determines the total analysis of the poultry meat expor ...
Monday, October 20, 2003
EU Inspects Turkish Facilities For Approval to Export Poultry Meat
October 20, 2003 EU Inspects Turkish Facilities For Approval to Export Poultry Meat Five Turkish facilities are currently being inspected by European Union veterinarians for approval to export poultry meat to the EU, USDA's Foreign Agricult ...

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