World meat industry news

Russia is the partner country of Anuga food and beverage fair 2021

  • 1 Apr 11:27

Russia is the partner country of Anuga food and beverage fair 2021 This year, for the first time, Russia became a partner country of the International Exhibition of Ready-made Food and Beverages Anuga-2021 – one of the most significant events in the food industry, which is traditionally held in Cologne (Germany). The event that has been held for more than a hundred years combines ten thematic fairs, which showcase various categories of food presented by leading manufacturers from all over the world. Organic products is to be a special section this year. The exhibition will also include cooking classes, lectures, training seminars and congresses with the participation of international analysts and food industry. Read more...

Russia Registers World's First COVID-19 Vaccine for Animals, Agricultural Watchdog Says

  • 31 Mar 11:04

Russia Registers World's First COVID-19 Vaccine for Animals, Agricultural Watchdog Says A mutated strain of the coronavirus previously forced countries across the globe to kill millions of farm animals, as people tried to stop the spread of the pandemic. Russia has registered the world's first coronavirus vaccine for animals, the agricultural watchdog Rosselkhoznadzor announced on Wednesday. The new vaccine, namedCarnivac-Cov,was developed by the Federal Centre for Animal Health, and showed no side effects during preliminary trials. "Dogs, cats, arctic foxes, mink, foxes, and other animals were involved in the clinical trials of Carnivac-Cov, which started in October of last year. The results of the tests allow us to conclude that the vaccine is. Read more...

The rapid growth of Sino-Russian agricultural trade is expected to further expand in the future

  • 31 Mar 11:01

The rapid growth of Sino-Russian agricultural trade is expected to further expand in the future   Even in the face of the challenge of the new crown pneumoniaepidemic, China-Russia economic and trade cooperation will still show strong resilience in 2020, new growth points are constantly emerging in bilateral trade, and theperformance ofagricultural productsis particularly outstanding.   Russia'sMinistry of Agriculturerecently released data show that in 2020 Russia's agriculturalexportsamounted to 30. 7 billion US dollars, up 20 percent over the previous year, exports of agricultural products totaled 79 million tons. Among them, theexport volumetoChinaincreased the most, reaching 4 billion US dollars, an increase of 26% over the previous year,. Read more...

The State Consumer Service of Ukraine in 2020 opened 12 new markets for Ukrainian agricultural exports

  • 30 Mar 10:31

The State Consumer Service of Ukraine in 2020 opened 12 new markets for Ukrainian agricultural exports Ukrainian agricultural products in 2020 gained access to the markets of 12 countries, 35 export certificates were agreed, and two EU audits were conducted. This was announced by the head of the State Service of Ukraine on Food Safety and Consumer Protection Vladislava Magaletskaya during a public report on the work of the department in 2020 on Wednesday, March 3. "We are talking about both the traditional foreign economic partners of Ukraine – the EU, China, the USA, India, and the markets underserved by Ukrainian exporters - Mexico, Australia, Brazil, Angola, etc.," the head of the State Consumer Service said. Magaletskaya noted that in 2020,. Read more...

Bloomberg predicted food tensions in Russia and several other countries

  • 30 Mar 10:29

Bloomberg predicted food tensions in Russia and several other countries The agency has prepared an analytical material in which it reports that the rise in food prices will cause the greatest resonance in the largest middle-income countries, whose residents spend most of the consumer basket on food.In addition to Russia, Bloomberg also included Brazil, Nigeria, Turkey and India in the list of these countries. As a response, the Ministry of Economic Development issued a message in which it calls Bloomberg analyst on food inflation in the Russian Federation “speculative”. The Russian Ministry of Agriculture also reacted with a statement. “There are no grounds for an abrupt increase in the cost of food products, while in. Read more...

Russia boosts agricultural exports amid Covid pandemic

  • 29 Mar 10:36

Russia boosts agricultural exports amid Covid pandemic Exports of Russian agricultural products rose 22.3% year-on-year as of March 21, amounting to over $6 billion, data from the Ministry of Agriculture showed. Grain supplies increased 1.7 times to $2.517 billion, while fish and seafood sales dropped by 28% to just $683 million. Deliveries of fat-and-oil products surged by 25.8%, rising to $1.287 billion. Statistics also showed that food exports decreased more than six percent to $605 million. Meanwhile, sales of meat and dairy products grew 17.1% to $205 million. Turkey was the major consumer of Russian agricultural products, increasing its imports this year by 46.8% to $991 million. At the moment, the country has. Read more...

EuroTier 2021: Impacts of 2020 pandemics on international poultry market

  • 29 Mar 10:35

EuroTier 2021: Impacts of 2020 pandemics on international poultry market A number of pandemics disrupted the poultry industry around the world during 2020 but hopes are that it will spring back into place again this year. The three major pandemics of avian influenza, African swine fever and coronavirus all affected the global poultry industry in 2020 especially in terms of imports and exports. First speaker of the event wasNan-Dirk Mulder, an agricultural economist with Rabobank, who discussed the global situation for the poultry industry with specific reference to what is happening in Europe. Mulder highlighted the global animal protein market prices from 2017 to 2020 which he said was always a good indicator of how the sectors were. Read more...

Russia prepares multiple policy measures to combat food inflation

  • 26 Mar 12:09

Russia prepares multiple policy measures to combat food inflation Russia’s economy ministry is proposing a number of measures like retail price cuts and restrictive export taxes on grain and sunflower seeds to tackle rising food inflation during the COVID-19 pandemic. Russian poultry products could be next on the list. Reutersreports that Russia's economy ministry will soon propose that the government impose an export tax on sunflower seeds from 1 July and a formula-based export tax on sunflower oil from 1 September, the minister said on Thursday. Russia has imposed several export taxes for grain, sunseeds among other measures since December in its battle to tame rising food inflation amid the coronavirus. Read more...

Belarus planning to increase export of meat products

  • 26 Mar 12:05

Belarus planning to increase export of meat products Belarus plans to increase export of meat products to $1 billion. Today, Russia is among the leaders in purchasing these products. It accounts for 60% of the exports. "Made in Belarus" – branded goods are popular in China as well. This country accounts for 12% of Belarusian exports of meat products. As for the domestic market, its needs are fully. Read more...

Fears of AI human-to-human transmission in Russia

  • 26 Mar 12:04

Fears of AI human-to-human transmission in Russia The Russian Union of Poultry Producers (NUPP) has issued a statement ensuring customers that poultry products on the grocery shelves are safe for consumers despite the rising avian influenza (AI) fears. In late February, Russia reported the first case of bird flu (H5N8) being passed from birds to humans. 7 workers at a poultry farm in Russia’s south were infected with the H5N8 strain in an outbreak dating back to December 2020. This incident is believed to the first confirmed case of H5N8 poultry-to-human transmission in the world. On 12 March, Anna Popova, head of consumer health watchdog Rospotrebnadzor, raised concerns that the newAIstrain could mutate further,. Read more...