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Canada plans to reassure China on meat security system
Canadian Minister Marie-Claude BibeauJuly 5, 2019 ET
Canada is planning to reassure China about the security of its meat export system after China suspended its exports of pork products, Canadian Agriculture and Agri-Food Minister Marie-Claude Bibeau told reporters.
Second African swine fever outbreak in domestic pigs in Bulgaria
ZhernovJuly 4, 2019 ET
A second outbreak of African swine fever in domestic pigs was confirmed in Bulgaria on Wednesday, the country\'s Food Safety Agency said.
Agricultural quarantine offices in Qatar destroy 71 tonnes of imported agricultural products
Qatar portJuly 4, 2019 ET
The Ministry of Municipality and Environment\'s Agricultural Quarantine Offices have inspected 6,382 imported shipments, weighing 96,874 tonnes from different types of imported agricultural consignments, plant products and production inputs in July across the different customs points.
FAO Food Price Index steady in June but maize quotations jump and cheese prices sink
Food basketJuly 4, 2019 ET
Food prices declined marginally in June, as lower prices of dairy products and vegetable oils more than offset a significant jump in maize quotations, and are now very close to their level of a year ago, according to a report by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations released.
UK farmers: 5p/kg drop takes away another £500,000 from businesses
UK farmersJuly 4, 2019 ET
The future of the UK beef industry is being traded away for pennies, farmers warn, with every penny removing over £110,000 from producers.
Britain sent 1,400 tons of poultry back to Brazil due to presence of salmonella
Agriculture Minister Tereza Cristina DiasJuly 4, 2019 ET
The Brazilian government confirmed that Britain has sent back to Brazil containers of poultry due to the presence of salmonella in the shipments.
Nationwide emergency declared in Lithuania over drought
Drought in LithuaniaJuly 4, 2019 ET
The Lithuanian government declared a nationwide emergency over the ongoing drought, stating that it will have major effect on farmers\' income.
Italian Minister: Food that doesn't follow our standards will not enter country
Gian Marco CentinaioJuly 3, 2019 ET
After having put the duty on rice coming from Cambodia and Burma, Europe has decided to open the market to Vietnam, said Italian Minister Gian Marco Centinaio.
Germany calls for coordinated measures in deforestation-free palm oil production
Palm oilJuly 3, 2019 ET
The German government is expecting global palm oil production to grow and is calling for \"globally coordinated measures to implement deforestation-free cultivation\", according to a response to a parliamentary inquiry first reported on by the German press agency (dpa) on Tuesday.
Millions of farmers threatened by swine fever but Vietnam brings hope
pigsJuly 3, 2019 ET
Millions of small-scale pig farmers across Asia risk falling into poverty due to the rapid spread of African swine fever.
Austrian parliament backs EU's first total ban of weedkiller glyphosate
GlyphosateJuly 3, 2019 ET
Austria’s lower house of parliament passed a bill on Tuesday banning all uses of the weedkiller glyphosate.
Pennsylvania Farm Bill will make $23.1 million in strategic investments
Pennsylvania FarmJuly 2, 2019 ET
The Pennsylvania Farm Bill will make $23.1 million in strategic investments into the agriculture industry.
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