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Subdued July beef exports total less than 82,000t

Australia’s July beef exports showed a modest improvement on the month before, but continue to labour under the burden of critically short livestock supply, in the face of solid international demand…Read More

Jon Condon, 03/08/2021

JBS’s Royal 100 brand program celebrates Brisbane show winners

In the countdown to Brisbane Royal Show starting next Thursday, JBS Australia is showcasing samples from the prestigious RNA Paddock to Palate competition, with a limited-release beef offering across retail and food service outlets in Brisbane and regional areas of Queensland…Read More

Beef Central, 30/07/2021

$1.5m grant for MLA to explore new meat export channels

The Australian government has invested $72.7 million through its AgriBusiness Expansion Initiative to help Australia’s agricultural, forestry and fisheries industries diversify and expand export markets. ..Read More

Guest Author, 26/07/2021

Darling Downs beef producer’s global push supported with Qld Govt grant

Darling Downs boutique beef producer Clayton’s Organic Beef is aiming to extend its online reach into Dubai and Vietnam and boost its American sales, a goal that will be supported with a  $10,000 Queensland Government grant. ..Read More

Beef Central, 19/07/2021

June beef exports slump, on back of rebuilding and JBS cyber-attack closures

JBS Australia’s dramatic week-long closure early last month due to a cyber attack on its operating systems played a part in substantially lower Australian beef exports during June…Read More

Jon Condon, 05/07/2021

World steak challenge competition returns

After being cancelled last year due to COVID, the World Steak Challenge taste test competition will be staged again in November – this time in Ireland.  No less than 29 countries supplied entries in the last competition, which Australia has claimed twice in the past six years…Read More

Beef Central, 30/06/2021

Argentina returns to beef export trade, but under self-imposed restrictions

Argentina has this week returned to the global beef export trade after its earlier self-imposed 30-day suspension – but only under significant limitations, some of which are likely to last until the end of the year…Read More

Jon Condon, 25/06/2021

Ag marketers must adapt to range of new drivers coming into international trading world

Speaking at the Australian Farm Institute’s ‘Agriculture and trade in disrupted economies’ conference in Toowoomba, MLA’s Andrew Cox says agricultural product marketers needed to adapt to a range of new drivers that were coming into play in the international trading world…Read More

Neil Lyon, 22/06/2021

Argentina close to resuming beef export trade

Argentine meat packers are reported  to have reached a preliminary deal with the nation’s government that will allow beef exports to partially re-open, following a month-long suspension aimed at cutting domestic food price inflation in the lead-up to a national election later this year…Read More

Beef Central, 18/06/2021

Is there scope for more ‘clean labelling’ of value-added meat products?

A recently completed industry research project has reviewed recent advancements in ‘clean label’ food products to identify new opportunities for the Australian red meat sector to value-add products under clean label claims…Read More

Beef Central, 14/06/2021

British consumers want more Australian beef and lamb – but at a price

Half of the Britons surveyed in a recent poll would buy Australian lamb and beef more often if it was stocked in United Kingdom supermarket shelves more frequently at cheaper prices…Read More

Terry Sim, 08/06/2021

Olympics focus for MLA’s winter beef marketing campaign + VIDEO

Australian Olympic and Paralympic athletes are shining a spotlight on beef’s nutritional value and the important role it plays in their diets as part of MLA’s 2021 winter beef campaign, Australian Beef. Feed Your Greatness…Read More

Beef Central, 07/06/2021

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