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Refugees given tools and training in northern Iraq

By RJ Whitehead

A Germany-funded project to train refugees in greenhouse cultivation, beekeeping, hen production and food processing has been launched to help thousands of vulnerable Iraqis and Syrians.

The Quezon plant aims to produce 10,000 metric tons of processed chicken per year

San Miguel meat processing plants approved

By Aidan Fortune

The Philippine Board of Investments (BOI) has approved San Miguel Foods Inc’s (SMFI) application for two proposed meat processing plants in Sta Cruz, Davao del Sur and Pagbilao, Quezon.

Free range prices prompt Oz watchdog to question claims

Free range prices prompt Oz watchdog to question claims

By RJ Whitehead

New South Wales’ fair trading department has been asked to investigate potentially misleading free-range egg claims after consumer watchdog Choice found that consumers are paying double the price of cage eggs for what is says products that are unlikely...

India subsidises broiler rearing

India subsidises broiler rearing

By Raghavendra Verma in Lucknow, India

The government of Uttar Pradesh state in India has introduced an ambitious scheme to incentivise the rearing of millions of broiler chickens.

900 arrested in latest Chinese meat sting

900 arrested in latest Chinese meat sting

By RJ Whitehead

China’s Ministry of Public Security has announced the arrest of 904 suspects during a three-month campaign to prevent meat-related crime, such as the sale of rat and fox under the guise of beef and mutton.


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