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New Zealand has big problem with pig surplus

April 4, 2020
Government officials and pork industry leaders have met again via conference call to try and resolve concerns about a looming animal welfare crisis facing the sector.

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UAE lifts fishing, trade ban on sharks, Sheri, Safi fish

Norwegian seafood exports grow in value in Q1


UAE lifts fishing, trade ban on sharks, Sheri, Safi fish

April 4, 2020
The Ministry of Climate Change and Environment has decided to lift fishing and trade ban on sharks, from Sunday, April 5, for the remainder of the ban period that extends to June 30.

Norwegian seafood exports grow in value in Q1

April 4, 2020
Norway exported 213,000 tonnes of seafood worth NOK 9.6 billion in March.

Agriculture and bioeconomy: EIB approves €700 million of financing

April 3, 2020
The European Investment Bank (EIB), the EU bank, announced the launch of a new financing initiative that aims to unlock close to €1.6 billion of investment in the agriculture and bioeconomy sector.

Australia: Fall armyworm detected in Northern Territory

April 3, 2020
The fall armyworm was recently detected in Katherine.

Belarus bans export of various staple foods

April 3, 2020
The nation of Belarus has introduced a temporary ban on the export of certain types of staple foods.

Turkish farmers continue planting, harvesting as usual

April 2, 2020
Farmers across Turkey continue works for harvesting and planting while abiding by the measures against the spread of coronavirus and on some occasions with special permissions from local authorities.

African Development Bank approves $1.5 million emergency grant to curb desert locusts

April 2, 2020
The Board of Directors of the African Development Bank on Wednesday approved a $1.5 million emergency relief grant to assist nine countries in the East and Horn of Africa on the control of swarms of desert locusts that are threatening livelihoods and food security.

Germany extends temporary residence for seasonal workers in agriculture

April 2, 2020
German Minister of Food and Agriculture Julia Kloeckner has announced to extend temporary residence for seasonal workers in agriculture from 70 days to 115 days to tackle the labor shortage.

World food prices drop in March

April 2, 2020
World food prices declined sharply in March, driven mostly by demand-side contractions linked to the effects of the coronavirus pandemic and the drop in global oil prices due mostly to expectations of economic slowdown as governments roll out restrictions designed to respond to the health crisis.
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