Sunday, 16 June 2019

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The African Swine fever has become a major contributor to the Russian Federation to achieve chicken meat export markets.

By Dr.A.Gaeini

The outbreak of African swine fever in China has increased the outlook for chicken meat production and exports.

By Elizaveta Doronzeva

Last year, Ukrainian producers exported agrarian products worth a record $19 billion.

By Dr.A.Gaeini

China is currently dealing with a shortage of chicken supply as people turn to poultry to replace their pork meat that has become more expensive in the past weeks . The consumers are turning to poultry meat for a cheaper alternative to pork but now that chicken is short in supply .

By Dr.A.Gaeini

The outbreak of African swine fever that is ravaging China's pig farmers is sending shock waves through Asia's market for imported Poultry meat.

By Abhishek Budholiya

Frozen food is an excellent alternative to fresh and cooked foods. Convenience is the major factor driving the Frozen Food Market.

By Amanda Radke

Cell-cultured proteins. Lab meats. Fake meats. Petri-dish patties. Whatever you want to call them — they are a hot topic of discussions these days.

By Francisco Turra

Protectionist urges motivated by commercial ambitions are offensive, coming from a partner nation.

By Jenna Miller, Salisbury Daily Times

The poultry industry is an important part of the Eastern Shore economy, but the growing market has led to some clashes with locals.

By Josh Barrie - inews

For years, Europe’s meat consumption has been happily idiosyncratic: where Britain eats chicken breast by the nugget-load, many of our Continental cousins prefer darker meat from the thigh;

By Charmain Lines

The question of what came first, the chicken or the egg, might not have a simple answer, but the 80/20 principle is simple: direct your efforts to the 20% that contributes 80% of the desired outcome.

By Tom Sanders

It’s hard to keep up with the message on eggs. Are they good for you or not? In the 1960s, people were told: “Go to work on an egg”. But in the 1970s the public was advised to avoid eggs because they were linked to high blood cholesterol. The negative press on eggs continued in the 1980s when raw eggs were linked to salmonella poisoning.