The EU is working to clean up its own food supply chain, from farm to fork. But is this enough? MEPs raise concerns that accepting imports of unsustainable agri-food products is ‘inconsistent’ and ‘unethical’.
There are lots of positives for Northern Ireland businesses arising out of Brexit, but companies are also facing administration headaches due to new constraints imposed on the imports of goods from Great Britain.
Industry concerns vary from region to region and from species to species but there are some common challenges for the global feed and farming sectors throughout 2021, says Erik Visser, CEO of Danish soy protein producer, Hamlet Protein in an outlook.
The UK Government’s review into the future of gene editing could see a damaging shift away from EU food standards, warned the chairman of Stormont’s Committee on Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs.
Brazil based soy suppliers to the salmon industry will implement a 100% deforestation and conversion free soybean value chain with August 2020 as their cut-off date. No soy grown on land deforested after this deadline will be traded.
A new digital resource has been created to help companies in the animal feed supply chain better understand and address how the demand for animal protein products – and subsequently animal feed – affects the environment, including air, land, soil, water...
The Agricultural Industries Confederation (AIC) has responded positively to the UK government’s new consultation, launched today, on the future legislative approach to gene editing of crops and livestock in England.
Sweden’s Perstorp Group, a global leader in the specialty chemicals market with a focus on polyols, advanced chemicals and animal nutrition, has been granted a liquidity enhancing Revolving Credit Facility of SEK 600m (US$73.1m)
The Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS) of the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) has awarded the American Feed Industry Association (AFIA) US$200K for 2021 through the Market Access Program (MAP) to support increasing access to US feed products abroad....