The UK's Food Standards Agency (FSA) has provided legal clarification on reformulation and feed labelling in response to the coronavirus pandemic. The Agricultural Industries Confederation (AIC) and other UK organizations had requested the guidance.
The current shutdown of the UK food service and hospitality sectors due to restrictions in place over the coronavirus outbreak means there is a lot of surplus milk, which potentially presents an opportunity to some pig producers, said the UK National...
The US National Grain and Feed Association (NGFA), in a letter to US state governors, has tried to press home the need for officials to adopt measures to allow the issuance of new commercial driver’s licenses (CDL) during shutdowns or reduced operations...
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is highlighting how companies with unused, out-of-date or stale food from the ongoing coronavirus outbreak can redistribute products for the animal feed market.
The companies have also been highlighting their role in maintaining the feed and food supply chain during the pandemic, and the steps being taken to prevent the COVID-19 coronavirus from entering their facilities.
In the latest instalment of Feed Matters, FeedNavigator’s podcast series, we talk to Steven Read, chief operating officer, ForFarmers UK, to hear how the company is navigating a trading landscape utterly changed by the outbreak of COVID-19 globally.
The US National Grain and Feed Association (NGFA) is seeking clarity and flexibility in federal transportation regulations for feed, feed ingredient, grain and agricultural products to support producers during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Rabobank, looking at trends to watch for in global dairy markets in Q2 and Q3, says as the coronavirus is weighing on the global grains and oilseeds markets, and that factor, coupled with weak global demand, in particular in China, along with trade and...
Here we are, day one of the school shutdown in France, and our Montpellier office also forced to close - all of us now switching on our wiped-down, laptops from home, amid our stockpiled food and coffee.
There would not seem to be major volatility in vitamin E pricing since November last year when a force majeure was announced by LANXESS for the production of m-cresol, an intermediate in the manufacture of vitamin E, at its site in Germany.
In a grains and oilseeds markets update today, the AHDB in the UK reported that Chinese imports of US soybeans surged, throughout December, when compared to levels in the comparative period a year ago.
A survey of some 97 professional buyers, traders and producers of feed and food additives saw 35 respondents or 36% expecting a high, and 50 respondents or 51% a low impact of the coronavirus on ingredient supply.