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Japan lamb fans get a taste of Wales

Japan lamb fans get a taste of Wales

Over 30,000 lamb enthusiasts and consumers in Japan enjoyed a taste of PGI Welsh Lamb at a recent lamb festival. The annual Hitsuji Festival held in Nakano, Tokyo is a celebration of good quality lamb. It is organised by the Hitujikajiri Association – a group of 1,700...

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Boparan Holdings Q4 results show growth

Boparan Holdings Q4 results show growth

Boparan Holdings' Q4 results for 2018-19 show further growth in like-for-like earnings for the Group. 2 Sisters Group CEO Roland Kers said: "Our UK Poultry operation is seeing further evidence of turnaround and all divisions have seen EBITDA benefits as a result of...

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Rabobank’s global animal protein outlook 2020

Rabobank’s global animal protein outlook 2020

RaboResearch Food & Agribusiness has published its annual global animal protein outlook. In general, African swine fever (ASF) overwhelms the outlook for 2020 – as it has done during 2019 – and will pull down overall growth, as well as bring uncertainty to all...

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Crosse & Blackwell celebrates 200 years

Crosse & Blackwell celebrates 200 years

To mark its 200th year Crosse & Blackwell is partnering with Jimmy Doherty to launch a soup range that features locally sourced produce from British farmers. Research commissioned by the brand found that 65 per cent of the population would rather buy British if...

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CIEH calls for parties to bring back Environment Bill

The Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH) has called on all political parties to commit to reintroducing and improving on the Environment Bill following the election. The Environment Bill received its second reading in the House of Commons on the 28th...

FDF welcomes more time to scrutinise Brexit deal

As the Prime Minister looks set to attempt to get Brexit legislation through the House of Commons once again this week the food industry's main body is urging caution. Ian Wright CBE, chief executive, Food and Drink Federation, said: “Everybody has had enough of the...

PM against the clock to secure Brexit deal vote

Boris Johnson says he remains very confident about achieving the majority vote he needs at Westminster to get Brexit done by 31st October. The Brexit deal he struck yesterday with the EU will be put to Westminster MPs, prior to a Commons vote tomorrow. However, the...

Proposed Brexit deal agreed

A Brexit deal has been agreed between UK and EU negotiating teams before the much anticipated meeting of European leaders in Brussels. A tweet from UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson said: ‘We've got a great new deal that takes back control.’ The two sides have been...

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