All news articles for November 2019

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US feed testing process to see increased FDA oversight

By Aerin Einstein-Curtis

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is working to establish a new testing program using accredited laboratories to examine the safety of animal feed and food in specific circumstances.

Cereal Docks Marghera plant, located in the industrial port of Venice. © Cereal Docks

Special Edition: Feed sustainability

Cereal Docks' soy crushing plant gets RTRS certification

By Jane Byrne

Cereal Docks, an Italian group, operating as a global agribusiness company in primary feed and food processing, said it has recently acquired chain of custody certification under the Round Table on Responsible Soy (RTRS) for its GMO soy crushing plant...

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Feed prices forecast to stabilize in 2020

By Jane Byrne

Global feed prices are expected to stay relatively neutral in 2020; there are ample supplies that should keep feed prices at reasonable levels, says Rabobank. It released its annual global animal protein outlook today.

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ASF: Producer organization stresses safety of European PAPs

By Jane Byrne

The European Fat Processors and Renderers Association (EFPRA) is looking to reassure users and importers of European processed animal proteins (PAPs) and animal fats that those materials pose no risk in terms of African Swine Fever Virus (ASFv) transmission....

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