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Avian flu outbreaks center on Western Pacific region

While further cases of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) have been confirmed among poultry in Australia, Taiwan and Vietnam, multiple outbreaks have been reported in North Korea. For the first time in seven years, the mild form of the disease has been detected in two Australian flocks.
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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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Four countries declare avian flu situation resolved

Germany, Israel, Italy, and Vietnam report end of outbreaks to OIE
Over the past week, only one country — Taiwan — has officially reported new cases of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) in poultry. In Germany, Israel, Italy, and Vietnam, the disease situation is reported to be resolved.
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Bulgaria, Taiwan report new cases of avian flu in poultry

Outbreak of one strain in Taiwan reported to be resolved, while another strain persists
After a short absence, highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) has been confirmed in commercial poultry flocks in Bulgaria and Taiwan. In Italy, two different viruses linked to the mild form of avian flu have been detected in recent months.
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Avian flu virus detected in five Indian states

Meanwhile, no new cases of avian influenza are reported in Europe during the past week
India’s veterinary authority has confirmed widespread outbreaks of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) in poultry and other birds earlier this year, and there have been new cases at a farm in Taiwan.
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Partnership to promote cage-free egg production in Asia

As demand for cage-free eggs grows, Indonesia-based training center to provide Asian farmers with training and tools to ensure long-term sustainability and competitive business advantage
Multinational consulting firm Global Food Partners (GFP) and Aeres University of Applied Sciences have announced a partnership to establish an Indonesia-based training center and model cage-free egg farm focused on management and production for Asian farmers.
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Tyson Foods back to 'near-normal' operations in Asia

While impacts of COVID-19 are still being felt by Tyson Foods in the U.S. and Europe, Asian operations are bouncing back
Tyson Foods may have felt the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in Asia before it started feeling it in the United States, but company leaders say things are returning to normal for its Asian operations.
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CPF creates, protects jobs during COVID-19 pandemic

CP Community Fridge and CP Fresh Shop provide opportunities for those financially hurt by COVID-19 pandemic
Thailand-based agri-food group Charoen Pokphand Foods Ltd. is supporting the nation’s efforts to limit the effects of the pandemic by protecting vulnerable people, as well as its own employees.
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