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Building Trust Through Quality Assurance
Building success in the market, both domestically and internationally, is based on building trust in the quality and safety of products and now more importantly trust in the ethical correctness of production, writes TheMeatSite editor in chief, Chris...
Focus On Consumer Trends To Increase Returns
Whilst finished cattle prices in the UK have increased significantly over the last year, Richard Phelps, Managing Director of Blade Farming said that is was important to ensure that an increase in price meant improved returns. Charlotte Johnston, TheMeatSite...
BPEX Export Bulletin – October 2011
About 250 people attended the 22nd English Meat Dinner during Anuga in Cologne, which celebrated Red Tractor produce and was addressed by Minister, Jim Paice according to the British Pig Executive's (BPEX) Export Bulletin....
Health and Welfare the Image of New Products
Two of the major themes for new products that were launched at this year's Anuga food exhibition in Cologne, Germany, were animal welfare and healthy eating, writes TheMeatSite Editor in Chief Chris Harris. ...
New Product Development
Product development has become a key differentiator for companies in the market and Product Lifecycle Management can play a important part in the product lifecycle, writes, Chris Wright for The Meat Site. ...
Food System Must Invest in Processing
Processed meat and food products have received a lot of criticism for being unhealthy, causing obesity and at times for safety issues, writes TheMeatSite Editor-in-Chief, Chris Harris. ...
A Supply Chain Approach To Beef Quality
Managing for beef quality isn’t an arbitrary end-product objective, panelists pointed out at a Cattlemen’s College session....
Rotten Meat Does not Stand a Chance
When it comes to packaged fish or meat, it is nearly impossible to distinguish between fresh goods and their inedible counterparts. ...
Private Label Underperforms in Scandinavia
The recent PLMA Roundtable Conference highlighted the fact that compared to most other countries with a similar concentrated retail sector, the presence of private labels (PL) in the Nordic markets is particularly low, according to Nicolas Ranninger from...
Chef's Key Strategies to Capture Consumer Mind-Set
Brad Smoliak gave delegates to the 2011 Banff Pork Seminar a taste of his energetic, fun and passionate outlook, and what the industry can do to capture the consumer mind-set in a presentation entitled 'Getting Pork on the Consumer's Plate'. ...
UK Frozen Ready Meals Market Resilient
The frozen food market in the UK was worth just over £5 billion in the year to March 2010, a growth of 6 per cent over the previous year, according to Michael Hussey from Bord Bia's Consumer Foods Division. ...
Guelph Trial Reveals Benefits of Two-Dose PCV2 Vaccination
A two-date vaccination protocol against porcine circovirus 2 (PCV2) resulted in higher average daily gains, more pork sold and more money to the producer, according to Professor Cate Dewey of the University of Guelph. Jackie Linden, Senior Editor of The...
Label Rouge: Pasture-Based Poultry Production in France - 2
Pasture-raised poultry is increasingly popular in the United States. American farmers and small companies can benefit from studying the French Label Rouge programme, write Anne Fanatico and Holly Born, NCAT Agriculture Specialists. Started as a grassroots...
Raporal Makes Meat Tastier
Every day four trucks leave from the Raporal factory, on the outskirts of Montijo in Portugal to the warehouses of Jerónimo Martins (JM)....
Label Rouge: Pasture-Based Poultry Production in France - 1
Pasture-raised poultry is increasingly popular in the United States. American farmers and small companies can benefit from studying the French Label Rouge programme, write Anne Fanatico and Holly Born, NCAT Agriculture Specialists. Started as a grassroots...
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