Regulation

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Meat companies looking to feed to reduce emissions

By Jane Byrne

It is becoming increasingly clear that Europe’s meat sector needs to take major steps to move towards the goals on greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions as set out in the European Green Deal, says an analyst.

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EU authorizes use of PAPs in pig and poultry feed

By Jane Byrne

Today sees the EU Commission adopt the decision to amend the feed ban regulation, allowing the use of processed animal proteins (PAPs) and insects to feed non-ruminant farmed animals such as pigs and poultry.

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Meat tax could do more harm than good

By Jane Byrne

A report from agricultural research institute, Rothamsted Research, concludes a tax on red meat to help curb climate change could do more harm than good.

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Huvepharma calls a halt to IPO process

By Jane Byrne

Bulgaria headquartered animal health and feed additives company, Huvepharma, has decided not to proceed with a listing on Amsterdam Euronext, it has halted its planned initial public offering (IPO).

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Brexit related feed trade problems persist

By Jane Byrne

The AIC, the UK feed industry representatives, says some of its members are still encountering trade challenges as a result of the Trade and Co-Operation Agreement (TCA) between the UK and EU, which came into force on January 1, 2021.