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Nearly one in three consumers willing to eat lab-grown meat

  • 28 Feb 09:24

Nearly one in three consumers willing to eat lab-grown meat 60 percent of vegans would be willing to try lab-grown meat, according to research commissioned by Ingredient Communications. 29 percent of UK & US consumers say they would eat cultured meat 40 percent Americans are happy to do so 60 percent of vegans are willing to give it a try Almost a third of consumers say they would be happy to eat so-called ‘cultured meat’ – with vegans the group most likely to do so, according to new research. Specialist PR agency Ingredient Communications commissioned Surveygoo to conduct an online survey of 1,000 consumers in the UK and USA. Respondents were told that cultured meat was real meat grown from. Read more...

Surge in alternative proteins as Nestlé and Tesco praised by investors for plant-based shift

  • 15 Feb 11:22

Surge in alternative proteins as Nestlé and Tesco praised by investors for plant-based shift As alternative proteins become mainstream, Nestlé and Tesco are named the best declared companies, while Costco has been called out for its inadequate response The market for alternative proteins, such as 'Impossible Burgers', is set to expand by over8% a yearand reach$5.2 billionby 2020. Now, a$2.4 trillioninvestor coalition doubles support in 18 months, and calls on 16 food multinationals to plan for a shift to alternative proteins. A new report entitledPlant-based profits, backed by a $2.4 trillion coalition of 57 large investors, has urged global food companies to diversify their protein sourcing away from a reliance on animal proteins. An. Read more...

Pork and chicken flood Russia’s markets

  • 22 Jan 16:27

Pork and chicken flood Russia’s markets Meat production in Russia continues to grow steadily with large-scale farms and corporate agricultural companies being the main contributors to this success. According to the EMEAT agency data, production volume of the main types of meat (pork, beef, poultry, lamb and goat) in Russia amounted to 7,048.2 thousand tons in slaughter weight for the period of January to November 2017, which is 7.1% or 465.2 thousand tons more than for the same period in 2016. As a result of eleven months of 2017, pork accounted for 35.1% of the total volume of industrial meat production, poultry for 58.0%, beef for 6.7%, lamb and goat for 0.2%. At the end of December 2017, the price of. Read more...

FAO Praises High Quality of Belarus' Dairy, Meat Products

  • 20 Sep 12:12

FAO Praises High Quality of Belarus' Dairy, Meat Products Belarusian dairy and meat products are of high quality, Raimund Jehle, FAO Regional Strategic Programmes Coordinator for Europe and Central Asia, told the media on 14 September. "When I was in Belarus in June I made sure that dairy and meat products and cheese are of supreme quality. This creates a good basis for export development," Raimund Jehle said. According to him, Belarus has a capacity to increase domestic consumption of dairy products. Belarus and the FAO signed the Country Program Framework 2017-2020 on 14 September. According toBelTA, theprogramme is aimed at providing support in the areas of food safety, forest resource. Read more...

World Pork Expo: Consumer Perceptions About Food, Food Safety

  • 1 Sep 08:38

World Pork Expo: Consumer Perceptions About Food, Food Safety How do consumers really feel about their food and beverage choices in the supermarket and restaurants? Dr. Tamika Sims, director with the International Food Information Council in Washington D.C., spoke to pork producers at a learning session sponsored by Zoetis at the World Pork Expo in Des Moines, Iowa, USA, about consumer perceptions when they're shopping or dining at a restaurant, how labels can impact consumer choices and food safety perceptions. Dr. Tamika Sims, director at IFIC, spoke to pork producers at a World Pork Expo Learning Session sponsored by Zoetis. "What we found is that labels, such as "organic" and. Read more...

EU and Spain Hog Markets

  • 12 Apr 11:11

EU and Spain Hog Markets The price of pork continues to recover in these first months of 2017, and last week has closed at 1,310 € / kg / live, writes Mercedes Vega, General Director for Spain, Italy & Portugal. With this value, we are already above the year 2014 on the same date (compared to the price of last year), and almost at the same level as the maximum of 2016. The rest of Europe is also around 1.3 € / Kg / live. Every year that passes, the price changes seen by seasonality is disappearing. Domestic consumption of the EU influences its demand, but it is the demand of Asian countries that is generating a new guideline. Cold stores are empty throughout the European. Read more...