News and analysis on the global poultry
and animal feed industries.
Mark Clements

Mark Clements

Mark Clements is the editor of Poultry International. To contact Clements, email


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How clean is your poultry processing plant?

Study establishes Salmonella persistence on processing equipment even after sanitation
Even with strict adherence to cleaning and sanitation protocols, Salmonella enterica may be surviving in poultry processing plants presenting a risk of cross contamination.
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Could CO2 become sustainable protein for poultry feed?

While an industry and academia consortium in the UK won’t be conjuring poultry feed out of thin air, it will be fermenting it.
Carbon dioxide (CO2), the greatest contributor to climate change, has a bad name in environmental circles but the chemical compound may be about to take on a whole new reputation – at least where poultry and fish nutrition are concerned.
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Are meat eaters happier?

Avoiding meat may not be the best choice for maintaining mental health
A review of scientific literature on meat consumption and mental health has thrown up some interesting results.
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Consumers' calls for sustainable food packs still growing

Whether for poultry meat or eggs, or any other consumer product, interest in sustainability continues to grow and producers are responding.
The number of shoppers concerned by the sustainability of their food and its packaging continues to grow and producers are responding through on-pack messaging
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