‘Business as usual’ for Teys plant

The Land, 2 May 2017
THE management of Tey’s has strongly denied claims it was stripping hours from workers in Wagga due to a cattle shortage. The Bomen abattoir, one of Wagga’s largest employers, labelled cla…

Meat exports to fall this season

NZ Farmers Weekly, Hugh Stringleman
The Beef + Lamb New Zealand Economic Service has forecast 2-3% reductions in lamb and beef export revenue this season despite rising world prices. The meat processing season was well advanced and t…

Talks kick off on ‘TPP 11’ pact minus US

RYOHEI YASOSHIMA, Nikkei staff writer , May 3, 2017
New top dog Japan aims to keep deal's terms intact TORONTO -- Remaining signatories to the Trans-Pacific Partnership launched their first full-fledged negotiations Tuesday aft…

3D-printed meat makes the cut

The Australian, May 3, 2017 Sue Neales
Farewell steak and chips: the future of beef-eating may lie with ink cartridges filled with liquefied offal and mince transformed into pretty shapes, swirls and hamburgers by hi-tech 3D-food printer…