Selected Ukrainian companies can start exporting sunflower meals and sugar beet pulp to China, according to a statement on the State Service of Ukraine for Food Safety and Consumer Protection, published yesterday.
A California company says it is ready to defend itself in court over accusations it misbranded its pet food products by using too many lower-quality ingredients, such as chicken feathers, and not enough real chicken and other meat.
Biosecurity and energy management in feed mills is one area of focus in the educational seminars planned for during the International Production and Processing Expo (IPPE) show in the US at the end of this month.
US feed safety certification program, FSC36, has been revamped to ensure it adheres to the new requirements under the FSMA and that it drives a continuous improvement ethos in accredited feed suppliers.
Eight suspects including the head of a cooking oil company and three executives from an animal feed manufacturer have been formally charged over their role in Taiwan's tainted oil scandal, according to media reports.
A senior FDA official, in a move to quieten the outcry over the animal feed rule, said there is 'minimal' risk associated with feeding spent grains and it will revise the language around the regulation.
Thai food major Charoen Pokphand Foods will continue to view Vietnam as one of its biggest investment destinations, and this year the company plans to focus on growing its food processing business in the country.
Spanish consumers report not knowing much about genetically modified foods, but being very concerned about potential effects on human health, says a new study that suggests more policies are needed to open up the market.
A major change is needed in the way food is produced, handled and disposed of in order to feed the world's rising population and protect the environment as prices are expected to remain volatile, according to a new UN report.
Shareholders are increasingly looking for evidence that a food company has green projects ingrained in the management strategy, says Nizo Food Research, which is organising a workshop on how to make sustainability profitable.
Low spending on developing new products and processing techniques
coupled with sluggish export growth, has made the EU's food
industry vulnerable to increased global competition, according to
figures released by the bloc's...
The Agricultural and Food Technology Alliance (AFTA), set up by
energy solutions provider EPRI (Electric Power Research Institute),
is a project designed to help food manufacturers better manage
their energy consumption. It also provides...
Representatives from 169 countries gathered in Rome yesterday for a
week of talks led by the Codex Alimentarius Commission. High on the
agenda, food safety, biotechnology, food irradiation and an
overhaul of the Codex structure.
The board of directors for the National Food Processors Association
in the US has approved a position on the use of food crops for
production of plant-made pharmaceuticals (PMP) and industrial
compounds. Undoubtedly the move will...