Meat, poultry & seafood

Young’s plans for its Cromer site will be under the spotlight today in a meeting with Norfolk District Council

Talks begin on future of Cromer seafood site

By Lorraine Mullaney

Young’s Seafood is meeting representatives from Norfolk District Council and its economic development team today (May 28) to reveal its plans for the future of the Cromer site.

Scotch Premier meat plans to cut 30 jobs at its Inverurie facility

Scotch Premier Meat to axe 30 jobs

By Freddie Dawson

Meat Processor Scotch Premier Meat plans to cut 30 jobs as part of cost-cutting measures at its facility at Inverurie, Scotland, which, the firm claims, will help it promote a high-quality image.

Dr Andrew Wadge highlighted the role of new technologies in combatting campylobacter food poisoning

FSA chief scientist's hi-tech answers to campylobacter

By Rick Pendrous

Dr Andrew Wadge, the Food Standards Agency’s chief scientist, explains why new technologies, such as lactic acid antibacterial washes during chicken processing operations, should be used to reduce the 403,000 cases of campylobacter food poisoning in the...

Clare Cheney

We're all going to die: don't blame red meat

By Clare Cheney

"Red meat is not only unhealthy but can be positively lethal," according to new research.This was the opening sentence of an article in The Times in March. It was reporting on the latest meat-eating health scare, which was generated by a paper...

An influential committee of MPs is to study how the DSM rule will affect UK meat processors

MPs to hear evidence on £200M desinewed meat ban

By Freddie Dawson and Mike Stones

An influential group of MPs working on the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee will hear evidence next week (May 15) about the EC’s requirement for a UK ban on the production of desinewed meat from cattle, sheep and goats.

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