The unnamed male has been sent back to Belgium

Sausage smuggler deported by New Zealand

By Oscar Rousseau

A Belgian man has been forced to return home by New Zealand authorities after a thwarted attempted to smuggle three sausages into the country.

Yonekyu has added four new factory lines to up with rising pork demand in Japan

Japan’s Yonekyu welcomes Sealpac’s packaging

By Oscar Rousseau

Yonekyu Corporation, one of Japan’s leading processed meat companies, has applauded the impact of Sealpac’s thermoformers on its production lines, claiming the equipment is “extremely strong”.

Shuanghui boosts profits thanks to diversification

Chinese pork firm benefits from diversity

By Mark Godfrey, in Beijing

Product diversification, driven by a need to match products to China’s expanding but extremely varied retail sector, appears to have been key to profits for 2013 at Chinese pork processor Shuanghui.

Paterson revealed the news on his trade mission

China-based expert to support pork exports

By Rick Pendrous

Environment secretary Owen Paterson is expected to announce the appointment of a full-time agricultural expert in Beijing early in the New Year to assist with growing UK food exports to China.


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