Meat & poultry

Meat factories ‘risk closure’ after FSS inspection charge rise

The Scottish Association of Meat Wholesalers slammed Food Standards Scotland's new hygiene inspection charges

Meat processing plants in Scotland risk closure after “excessive” increases in hygiene inspection charges by Food Standards Scotland (FSS), says the Scottish Association of Meat Wholesalers (SAMW).

There's still time to book you place at Food Manufacture’s food safety conference 2017

Food Manufacture’s food safety conference tomorrow

Prys Morgan was appointed head of livestock procurement in Wales

2 Sisters appoints new head of livestock

Moy Park was put up for sale by its parent company JBS

Moy Park ‘likely to be bought by non-European firm’

Devon Animal Save activists comfort chickens before heading to a 2 Sisters slaughterhouse

2 Sisters ‘a great example’ of working with activists

Harim's five story plant in Iksan, South Korea

Five-storey chicken factory to be built in South Korea

Meet the meat bosses: Jais Valeur, Danish Crown chief executive, and Steve Francis, chief executive Tulip

Meat firm Tulip targets the number-one spot in UK

Food intake: replacing meat with crickets and mealworms will reduce greenhouse gases

Replacing meat with insects can cut farmland by a third

Campylobacter contamination in chicken has been reduced to 6.5% in the highest bracket of contamination; down from 9.3%

Poultry firms’ campylobactor investment ‘pays off’

Biffa’s £7M investment in its Redcar recycling facility will create 20 jobs. Ceo Ian Wakelin (left) with Biffa Polymers’ general manager Owen Franklin

Food packaging recycling plant creates 20 jobs

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