As the EU’s Farm to Fork Strategy continues to outline key sustainability regulations, which are sure to impact the food industry significantly, the Belgian meat sector must learn to manage the effects of such regulations. According to speakers at the...
UK grocer Sainsbury’s is launching a new Taste the Difference Aberdeen Angus range which it claimed offers a 25% lower carbon footprint compared to industry standard, making it the largest low carbon beef range ever produced in the UK.
The Greener Cattle Initiative (GCI), a consortium investing in research mitigating enteric methane, and backed by FFAR, recently awarded a grant to develop actionable options that reduce enteric methane emissions from cattle.
The sustainability discussion around beef has focused mainly on greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Over the past year, however, nature and biodiversity have become more prominent issues in the beef supply chain, says Rabobank.
Companies have one week remaining to disclose their progress towards deforestation-and conversion-free (DCF) supply chains through the CDP forests questionnaire, as called upon by the Accountability Framework initiative (AFi) Coalition.
Cargill partnered with TREES Consulting to develop a methodology that offers the global beef industry a framework for measuring methane emissions reduction using feed supplements that have been incorporated into beef cattle diets.
Understanding detection options is critical for feed producers and farmers to protect feed against trypsin inhibitor exposure – an unintended consequence of using alternative soybean ingredients, says Canadian company, CBS Bio Platforms.
To address the climate crisis, a paradigm shift in the global livestock sector is not an option—it is a necessity. But in a new study, agrifood and biodiversity experts ask how and where this transformation should occur.
Chemicals and ingredients distribution company, Brenntag, has announced a partnership with the Netherlands headquartered Avebe, a farmer cooperative producing potato starch and potato protein for food, animal nutrition and other applications.
A new study, conducted by Decision Innovation Solutions (DIS), on behalf of the American Feed Industry Association (AFIA), estimates that this year the US animal food industry, including indirect and induced effects, will generate $267.1bn in sales.
There has been growing awareness in the past two years about the need to cut methane emissions from all sources; COP26 in Glasgow helped spur on that greater level of responsiveness, when over 110 countries signed onto the Global Methane Pledge, says...
The American Feed Industry Association (AFIA) has come out in support of a bill that it says offers a new way for the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to evaluate feed additives and spur innovation in the US livestock sector.
UK feed industry representatives, the AIC, attending the Farm to Fork summit organized by the UK government, pressed home the need to improve regulatory decision-making processes to strengthen productivity and competitiveness - specifically, on the registration...
With an increasing amount of beef coming from the dairy herd, Boomer Birch, Beef Programme Manager at Cogent Breeding explains how insightful data can drive consistent improvements and profitability throughout the dairy-cross-beef supply chain.
The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) is awarding $15.8m to 60 projects led by 38 states, land-grant universities, and industry organizations to enhance the ability of the US to rapidly respond to and control outbreaks of animal disease.
Vilomix, which is owned by Danish Agro, Agravis and Vestjyllands Andel, has inked a deal to acquire 75% of the Brazilian premix and minerals company, Vitamix Nutrição Animal, which owns factories in Brazil and also in Paraguay.
Global feed production remained steady in 2022 at 1.266 billion metric tons (BMT), despite significant macroeconomic challenges that affected the entire supply chain, finds the 12th Alltech global feed survey.
Environmental advocacy group, Mighty Earth, is calling for a full investigation into ‘green bonds’ issued by meat giant, JBS. It has lodged a complaint with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) against the Brazilian company.
Dutch animal nutrition and fish feed player, Nutreco, and BiomEdit, a spinout from Elanco Animal Health, are teaming up on long-term strategic research work as well as engaging in a commercial partnership around microbiome technology.