EFSA has adopted the renewal guidance for EU feed additive applications, aimed at helping applicants with the preparation of dossiers for the renewal of the authorization of feed additives in line with Regulation (EC) No 1831/2003.
Following a cyber incident at the start of the month, UK fuel, food and feed distributor, the NWF Group, says it acted promptly to instigate precautionary measures, engaging specialist external support to limit the damage and manage the incident.
Recently released economic research from the University of Kent, University of Reading and IHS Markit, reveals the extent to which UK consumers dislike food produced using production methods such as hormones in beef, and chlorine washed chicken.
In detecting Salmonella in feed, it is essential to use suitable methodology, says a team of researchers based at the USDA-ARS National Poultry Research Center, in Athens Georgia and pathogen control provider, Anitox.
China has become the biggest player in animal protein trade globally, and there should be concern about the implications, politically and economically, of such strong market dominance, says an analyst.
Japan has joined China, South Korea and Singapore in terms of the Asian markets that have imposed a ban on German pork imports after the EU country confirmed its first case of African swine fever last week.