International trade decisions or issues affecting, or with the potential to affect, New Zealand meat.
Canada, Mexico and Iceland are the latest nations to put their meat where their mouths are and throw their knives into the ring, after being confirmed to compete in the 2020 World Butchers’ Challenge against […]
African swine fever has the potential to cause waves in global meat trade, which will flow through to the New Zealand beef market, according to Rabobank’s latest global Beef Quarterly report. The Q4 Rabobank Beef […]
The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) negotiations are likely to be concluded next year following substantial progress this year. A Joint Statement was issued by the Leaders of the 16 RCEP countries last week in […]
Six countries have now ratified the Comprehensive and Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership free trade agreement bringing certainty, a sense of relief and lower tariffs, for the red meat sector, especially beef producers and exporters. Australia joined […]
New Zealand’s butchery team – The Sharp Blacks – has been announced as they kick off their journey to the 2020 World Butchers’ Challenge (WBC) in Sacramento, California. The seven-man team, which includes one reserve, […]
The red meat sector has welcomed the ratification of the Comprehensive and Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) agreement taking to four the number of countries that have formally ratified the Asia-Pacific trade deal. New Zealand’s implementing […]
At the end of September, the Riddet Institute hosted a free public lecture from Professor Teresa Ann Davis, a paediatric nutrition scientist at the USDA/ARS (United States Department of Agriculture/Agricultural Research Service) Children’s Nutrition Centre […]