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Category: Meat & Poultry

French President Says Blockchain Could Put Europe at ‘Vanguard’ of Innovation

| 11/03/2019 | Reply
French President Says Blockchain Could Put Europe at ‘Vanguard’ of Innovation

French President Emmanuel Macron has called for increased use of data technologies such as blockchain in the EU to boost the agriculture industry and address concerns over food traceability.

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UK: Euro Quality Lambs wins Family Business of the Year award

| 11/03/2019 | Reply
UK: Euro Quality Lambs wins Family Business of the Year award

Euro Quality Lambs is delighted to win Family Business of the Year at the inaugural Islam Channel Business Awards in London. The event attracted over 500 guests including MPs and foreign dignitaries.

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UAE: GFIA to showcase global agriculture innovations

| 08/03/2019 | Reply
UAE: GFIA to showcase global agriculture innovations

GFIA, a global authority on sustainable food production, will present leading-edge solutions that will shape the future of farming and food production in the UAE and around the world.

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UK: AzkaHalal Brings Ethical Standards To Halal Certification

| 06/03/2019 | Reply
UK: AzkaHalal Brings Ethical Standards To Halal Certification

AzkaHalal is set to take Halal Certification to the next level with introduction of ethical standards to certify any product or service as AzkaHalal. 

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Saudi Arabia: Could lab-grown meat be in Saudi Arabia’s future?

| 06/03/2019 | Reply
Saudi Arabia: Could lab-grown meat be in Saudi Arabia’s future?

We have to keep an eye on technologies and how they emerge. We have all heard about how meat production is shifting from the normal farm to labs.

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Opinion: Halal certification organisations, lab-grown meat, and labelling debate

| 04/03/2019 | Reply
Opinion: Halal certification organisations, lab-grown meat, and labelling debate

When the lab-grown meat hits the market, it could become another source of cross-contamination. How the lab-grown meat is defined by its regulatory agency is going to make a difference.

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Malaysia: China’s participation in MIHAS 2019 not affected by US-China trade war

| 03/03/2019 | Reply
Malaysia: China’s participation in MIHAS 2019 not affected by US-China trade war

Malaysia could provide an alternative to the Chinese importers affected by the 25 per cent tariffs imposed by the US.

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Australia: Woolworths becomes first supermarket to make own-brand halal food

| 28/02/2019 | Reply
Australia:  Woolworths becomes first supermarket to make own-brand halal food

The Director of Buying said that because halal food is religiously sensitive, the company wanted their own in-house brand to make sure they get it right.

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EU: European Court of Justice says Halal meat not allowed to carry the EU-organic seal

| 27/02/2019 | Reply
EU: European Court of Justice says Halal meat not allowed to carry the EU-organic seal

Meat from animals slaughtered without prior stunning, is not eligible for the EU-Bio-label for organic products.

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Riz Global Foods will be exhibiting at Gulfood 2019: 17-21 February

| 15/02/2019 | Reply
Riz Global Foods will be exhibiting at Gulfood 2019: 17-21 February

Riz Global Foods is offering the most High Quality Halal products which are not just Halal but are also Tayyib. These are the products consumers are looking for today.

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Opinion: ‘Killing animals is cruel full stop – regardless of whether it’s Halal’

| 15/02/2019 | Reply
Opinion: ‘Killing animals is cruel full stop – regardless of whether it’s Halal’

In fact 84% of UK halal meat comes from animals who have been stunned beforehand, according to animal welfare charity the RSPCA.

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UK: Vets call for ban on export of halal lamb

| 15/02/2019 | Reply
UK: Vets call for ban on export of halal lamb

The BVA said that the law had been intended to serve the requirements of British Muslims and Jews, not to enable an export market in unstunned meat.

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UAE bans import of all species of birds from Kuwait

| 09/02/2019 | Reply
UAE bans import of all species of birds from Kuwait

It has banned the import of all species of domestic and wild live birds, ornamental birds, chicks, eggs, poultry meat, and their non-heat-treated by-products.

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UK: European vet market leader sets sights on Middle East and Asia

| 09/02/2019 | Reply
UK: European vet market leader sets sights on Middle East and Asia

It will be formally launched at Gulfood 2019, the world’s largest annual food and beverage trade exhibition, held in Dubai from 17-21 February.

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UK: IFE 2019 – A Taste of Tomorrow

| 04/02/2019 | Reply
UK: IFE 2019 – A Taste of Tomorrow

Celebrating its 21st year, The International Food & Drink Event (IFE) – UK’s leading and largest food & drink event – is returning to ExCeL London 17–20 March 2019.

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Woolworths first supermarket in Australia to make own-brand Halal food

| 19/01/2019 | Reply
Woolworths first supermarket in Australia to make own-brand Halal food

Woolworths director of buying Peter McNamara said the company made the move because of the increasing diversity of its customers.

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Research: Animal Rights and Welfare in Islam

| 17/01/2019 | Reply
Research: Animal Rights and Welfare in Islam

The truth about how the animals were deprived of their basic rights in the pre Islamic era and how Islam has laid down a complete code of their welfare.

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Belgium’s non-stun slaughter decision shows a ban is possible in law

| 14/01/2019 | Reply
Belgium’s non-stun slaughter decision shows a ban is possible in law

BVA would like to see all animals stunned before slaughter and this call has received widespread support from the veterinary profession and general public.

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UK: Islamic Economy Event To take place in Mayfair London

| 12/01/2019 | Reply
UK: Islamic Economy Event To take place in Mayfair London

Algebra Consulting is organising a prestigious Islamic Economy Networking Event to take Place at The Arab-British Chamber of Commerce on the 22nd Jan 2019 in the heart of London. Get your invitation.

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Is Stunning an Animal Before Slaughter More Humane?

| 11/01/2019 | Reply
Is Stunning an Animal Before Slaughter More Humane?

At issue is whether to allow religious exemptions to European Union rules that state animals must be knocked out before they are slaughtered, which supporters say is more humane.

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