A shortage of subsidised meat has hit Bahrain's markets following a ban on chilled imports imposed last week.
Traders at the Manama Central Market told that they had been selling out all of their subsidised meat within the fir
Bahrain is expected to face a subsidised meat shortage in the coming days due to a ban on chilled imports.
Meanwhile, the country's main abattoir and livestock importer says it could close down next month due to demands being
Five company officials are facing charges in connection with spoiled consignments involving Bahrain's main meat and livestock importer.
The Bahrain Livestock Company (BLC) employees appeared at the Public Prosecution yesterday
Bahrain’s Directorate of Agriculture and Marine Resources has stopped issuing licences to the Bahrain Livestock Company (BLC) to import chilled meat ‘from any source.’
The measure was announced after health inspe
Five tonnes of spoiled meat that were bound for Bahrain's markets almost made it into the country, it has emerged.
The Gulf Daily News (GDN), our sister publication, has reported that approximately 91 carcasses import
State-backed Italian and Qatari investors are to buy a €165 million ($205 million) stake in Inalca, expanding the Italian meat producer's overseas markets in the first such deal by the two investment partners.
Under the d
Kazakh mutton could soon be set to appear in Bahrain's meat markets if a fact-finding mission sent to the central Asian country gives the trade its blessing.
At present, the majority of Bahrain's live sheep imports come fr
McDonald's said its global decline included a 3.2 per cent drop in the US and a 7.3 per cent drop in the unit encompassing Asia, the Middle East and Africa over the impact of a food safety scandal in China.
The world's big
Saudi Acting Health Minister Adel Fakeih has urged people to stay away from camel meat and milk in order to prevent Mers coronavirus infection.
Fakeih told a news conference that wearing masks was only necessary in places where di
Bahraini authorities are reviewing the country's meat subsidy system.
However, until a new system is in place the Bahrain Livestock Company (BLS) will continue to supply government-subsidised meat to local