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Forest 500: Companies told to disclose names of soy suppliers

By Jane Byrne

Nestlé has come out top in relation to soy in the latest Forest 500 report that rates food manufacturer, trader, retailer, food service and financial institutions’ efforts to tackle commodity led deforestation in all sourcing regions.

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ASF threat: Philippines imposes ban on porcine PAP products

By Jane Byrne

The Philippines is restricting the import of processed porcine animal proteins used in feed and pet food from countries with outbreaks of African swine fever (ASF) in order to protect its swine industry, according to local media.

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EU agri-food chain stresses need for certainty as Brexit approaches

By Jane Byrne

One week ahead of the potential date of the UK exiting the EU and before a crucial meeting of the European Council, EU farmers lobby, Copa and Cogeca, and other trade bodies on behalf of the EU agri-food chain reiterated their concerns regarding a no-deal...

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Phileo Lesaffre surprised by EFSA finding

By Jane Byrne

Phileo Lesaffre Animal Care said the recent EFSA opinion questioning the efficacy of its Saccharomyces cerevisiae CNCM I-4407 product in ruminant production was unexpected.

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The Big Interview

CGF: Mobilizing local action is key to stopping soy deforestation

By Jane Byrne

The Consumer Goods Forum, through the Soy Buyers’ Coalition (SBC), aspires to work closely with soy producers, traders, local governments, investors, NGOs and more in the main soy sourcing regions, where deforestation is a risk.

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EFSA feed additive assessments thwarted by data gaps

By Jane Byrne

EFSA said it was unable to determine the efficacy of a yeast strain from Phileo Lesaffre Animal Care when used in dairy and beef cattle, due to gaps in studies provided to it by the applicants.

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