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Native breeds can offer a “sustainable future” for beef production

With the value of native beef genetics growing, including breeds such as Aberdeen-Angus, producers point out that they can “tick the boxes” at all tiers within the UK beef supply chain.

Vale of Mowbray enters administration due to rising costs 

Pie-maker Vale of Mowbray has entered administration after experiencing “significant financial challenges” due to increasing energy and material costs, says appointed administrators FRP.

2022 City Meat Lecture keynote speaker confirmed

This year’s Worshipful Company of Butchers annual City Meat Lecture will be presented by professor Alice Stanton. The professor will be leading the discussion on: ‘How much red meat should we eat? / Will the WWF climate ambitions endanger human health?’ The event takes place on Thursday 24th November at Butchers Hall London, starting at 6.30pm.

Tesco reports lower profits as cost inflation hits

In its latest trading report, retailer Tesco said its operating profits has decreased 9.8% to £1,315 million at constant rates year-on-year due to significant cost inflation.

Organic meat sales in decline despite market volume increases

Latest figures from the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board reveal that the organic food market has seen a 16% decline in volume sales for the second quarter of this year, despite organic meat seeing a steady increase in total market volume share over time.

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