Red Meat

UK red-meat exporters visit the Philippines with AHDB

UK red-meat exporters visit the Philippines with AHDB

UK red meat exporters have taken part in the first Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board (AHDB) trade mission to Asia...

May 24, 2022

LMC welcomes academic questioning of Global Burden of Disease report

LMC welcomes academic questioning of Global Burden of Disease report

A group of leading academics – three of whom are Irish – have queried the veracity of the 2019 Global...

April 5, 2022

Red meat trade steady despite international disruptions

Red meat trade steady despite international disruptions

New HMRC figures have shown how the international red meat trade is making slow but steady progress since the Brexit...

March 26, 2022

Higher beef volume: ‘Romance seems to mean steak’ – AHDB

Higher beef volume: ‘Romance seems to mean steak’ – AHDB

In the month of February, people are 14 times more likely to eat steak than at any other time of...

February 6, 2022

Report: ‘Strong position’ of beef and growth potential for pork and lamb

Report: ‘Strong position’ of beef and growth potential for pork and lamb

The Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board (AHDB) recently launched its Foodservice 2021: Recovery, Challenges and Opportunities report including figures on...

February 1, 2022

Concern about data on deaths attributed to red meat consumption

Concern about data on deaths attributed to red meat consumption

A meeting of the Global Meat Alliance (GMA) has brought to light what it describes as “contradictions” contained within an...

December 13, 2021

Red meat ‘a scapegoat’ for health and climate change concerns – Rodgers

Red meat ‘a scapegoat’ for health and climate change concerns – Rodgers

Red meat production is completely misunderstood and being unfairly targeted as a scapegoat for understandable concerns about health and climate...

December 12, 2021

Welsh red meat industry will ‘get chances to help hone international deals’

Welsh red meat industry will ‘get chances to help hone international deals’

UK trade policy is a new and constantly changing process and Wales’ farmers and politicians will yet have multiple opportunities...

November 21, 2021

Changes to red meat industry ‘inevitable’ whatever the outcome of Brexit

Changes to red meat industry ‘inevitable’ whatever the outcome of Brexit

The red meat supply chain must prepare for inevitable and permanent change from January 1 whatever the result of any...

December 10, 2020

Survey results: 40% of people say buying British is the key factor in buying red meat

Survey results: 40% of people say buying British is the key factor in buying red meat

An independent consumer survey commissioned by the Aberdeen Angus Cattle Society has found that out of 2,174 participants, 1,378 agreed...

November 28, 2020

The ‘Magnificent Seven’ principles that can help Welsh red meat

The ‘Magnificent Seven’ principles that can help Welsh red meat

International food expert Chris Elliott OBE offered seven principles that would help the Welsh red meat industry with “a sustainable...

November 21, 2020

Depression and self-harm more prevalent among ‘meat abstainers’

Depression and self-harm more prevalent among ‘meat abstainers’

Research carried out in the US indicates that people who avoid eating meat are more at risk of depression, self-harm...

May 15, 2020

£2 million Brexit support deal for Welsh red meat sector

£2 million Brexit support deal for Welsh red meat sector

A multi-million-pound package of support to help the Welsh agri-food industry prepare for Brexit has been confirmed by First Minister...

June 18, 2018

‘Better red meat prices and greater transparency needed’

‘Better red meat prices and greater transparency needed’

Processors must focus on delivering better prices and greater transparency if the drive to build a better red meat industry...

January 15, 2017

UFU voices concerns over mislabelling of red meat

UFU voices concerns over mislabelling of red meat

Concerns about the mislabelling of red meat in Northern Ireland were highlighted by the Ulster Farmers’ Union (UFU) at a...

November 21, 2015

How much processed meat should you (not) be eating?

How much processed meat should you (not) be eating?

A recent World Health Organisaton (WHO) report has classified red meat as probably carcinogenic and processed meat as carcinogenic to...

October 27, 2015

Processed meat labelled ‘probably cancer causing’ by World Health Organisation

Processed meat labelled ‘probably cancer causing’ by World Health Organisation

Red meat has been classified as probably carcinogenic to humans and processed meat has been classified as carcinogenic to humans in...

October 27, 2015