Two US companies may have a chance of collecting $148m in damages as a US Supreme Court ruling deems that the Chinese firms targeted in a vitamin C price fixing lawsuit were not compelled to follow China’s trade laws.
Taking action to prevent further destruction in the Cerrado needs a multi-stakeholder approach in soy to push towards better-defined common goals and regulations, and efforts shouldn't stop there, say key industry members.
French politicians have adopted a proposal which, if enacted, would mean animal protein products from animals raised on genetically modified (GM) feed would have to carry on-pack labels stating ‘fed with GMOs’.
Dispatches from Roundtable on Responsible Soy's (RTRS) conference, RT13, in Lille
A guide documenting best practice in quality and hygienic insect production is being finalized and is due for release in the coming weeks, says the International Platform of Insects for Food and Feed (IPIFF).
Antibiotic growth promoters (AGPs) in global livestock and aquaculture production should be phased out immediately, said the FAO Director-General, José Graziano da Silva, at a high-level UN coordination meeting on antimicrobial resistance (AMR) this week.
Five traders and multiple soy farmers have been penalized to the tune of 105.7 million reais (US $29 million) in total for soybean cultivation and purchasing that is connected to illegal deforestation, the Brazilian environmental authorities reported...