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Vietnam records new wave of avian flu outbreaks in poultry

Vietnam’s veterinary authority has retrospectively registered 40 outbreaks of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) in poultry flocks that occurred earlier this year. Elsewhere in Asia, only Taiwan has reported recent cases of the disease in poultry.

The latest official report from the animal health authority in Vietnam outlines a further 40 outbreaks of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) in poultry.

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Plant-based meat alternatives taking root in China

China has a long history of meat alternatives, but now, as in other countries, demand is growing for those products that mimic meat.
For a new generation of Chinese consumers, meat no longer confers the status it once did. Meat substitutes, however, do resonate more closely with younger consumers’ aspirations.
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China lifts ban on shipments from 3 Brazil plants

Two JBS plants and one Aurora plant have been cleared to export products to China
Shipments to China from two JBS plants and one Aurora Alimentos plant in Brazil can resume after a ban on products from those plants was lifted. The ban was implemented in 2020 over COVID-19-related concerns.
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World Egg Day China: Full picture interpretation for ‘A Wonderful Egg’

Top poultry experts from governmental institutions, universities and leading enterprises of the industry analyzed the development opportunities and challenges of egg production industry of China under the current new situations and shared their business insights on how to produce and marketing ‘A Wonderful Egg,’ during the second day of the World Egg Day China event on October 10.
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EuroTier China was held. Can there be other trade shows soon?

The EuroTier China animal production trade show was successfully held earlier this month, even with international presence, which is a positive sign.
We all agree that trade shows and congresses are somewhat the soul of the poultry and feed industries, in the sense that it is where suppliers and customers meet, where we can see what's new in the market and experts speak on subjects of concern to production.
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