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Hygiene blind spots in meat processing

Hygiene is important in the food industry and the number one priority for processors. Jannes Voss, Managing Director of Elpress, Dutch manufacturer of industrial...

Importers commit to provide imported pork at USD 4/kg

Responding to criticisms about the reduction in the tariff and expansion of the minimum access volume on pork imports, the Meat Importers and Traders...

Reduction of antibiotics use can reduce bacterial resistance

A study found that between 2000 and 2018, the proportion of drugs to which bacteria has become resistant almost tripled in chickens and pigs...

New bowl cutter optimized for hygiene

K+G Wetter claims its new Hygienic Secure industrial bowl cutter series has broken new ground, with a focus on hygiene. With the new equipment, the...

Cleaner, safer & healthier: The new norm for meat & poultry plants in Southeast Asia

WONG HWEE JIAU and Dr JOHN H HANLIN* discuss guidance and recommendations to help protect workers in meat and poultry plants from Covid-19 infection...

Guwahati approves home delivery of meat

Guwahati, in the Northeast Indian state of Assam has allowed home delivery of dressed chicken and mutton cuts. Meat, previously was not allowed to be...

Malaysian poultry industry will transition to closed housing

At the recent Livestock Series’ Poultry Week Webinar, Advisor to the Federation of Livestock Farmers Associations of Malaysia Jeffrey Ng said the mature industry...

Indian poultry needs to invest in hygienic processing

by Zahrah Imtiaz - Advisor to the Poultry Federation of India, Vijay Sardana says Indian poultry companies need to invest in processing of hygienic chicken.

Indonesian govt urges egg producers to comply with NKV certification

Indonesia’s Ministry of Agriculture is urging egg producers to have their operations certified with the veterinary control number (NKV) to ensure food safety. Director...

Covid-19 highlights new hygiene regulations in the meat sector

Asian Agribiz spoke to Netherlands-based Elpress’s Managing Director, Jannes Voss, about how hygiene will take center stage in the meat sector post Covid-19. The...

Indian consumers support government in making meat safe at wet markets

by Zahrah Imtiaz - Indian consumers sensitized to issues of hygiene after the Covid-19 pandemic are pushing for better standards in wet markets.

Wet markets can be safe if hygiene is made easier

by Zahrah Imtiaz - One Health Poultry Hub, Bangladesh head, Prof Ahasanul Hoque is looking at improving wet market infrastructure rather than phasing them out, in the fight against zoonotic diseases.

Wet markets in Indonesia need to be transformed

Wet markets can become a ‘repository’ of diseases because almost all food products are sold there, according to Alfred Kompudu, National Technical Advisor –...

Indian government asks online food platforms to keep it clean

Online Food supply aggregators and food supply operators are feeling the regulatory pinch in India as Punjab steps into control of hygiene standards in...

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