The Bahrain Livestock Company will import more than 40,000 sheep ahead of Ramadan, the firm said during a meeting attended by importers, food companies and hypermarkets' representatives.
Delmon Poultry Company general manager Abdulk
The World Health Organization said on Wednesday that a number of people who have tested positive for a new strain of bird flu in China have had no history of contact with poultry, adding to the mystery about the virus that has
Another person died from a new strain of bird flu in China on Thursday, state media said, bringing to 10 the number of deaths from the H7N9 virus, as a UN body said it was concerned the virus could spread across borders in poultry.
Chinese officials have found traces of a new bird flu virus in more areas in Shanghai and in the nearby city of Hangzhou, state news reports said, as authorities slaughtered birds to stop the spread of the virus that has killed
Octal, a global supplier of clear rigid food packaging material, has unveiled the next innovation in poultry packaging, which improves processes and cost efficiency while maintaining maximum freshness for longer lasting shelf appeal.
Bahrain’s meat, poultry and flour industries will receive BD67 million ($174.4 million) in government subsidies this year, up from BD56 million in 2011, a report said.
The government has also earmarked BD67 million to contin
BrazArtis Assessoria em Comercio Exterior, an import-export company based in Brazil, has announced a campaign to expand chicken exports to the Middle East.
The endeavour is aligned with the growing Brazilian poultry exportation to the reg
Saudi Arabia's Almarai Company, the Gulf's biggest dairy firm by market value, has acquired Fondomonte which owns and operates farms in Argentina, to secure feed for its dairy herd and poultry businesses.
'The transaction value
Saudi Arabia's Almarai Co has received shareholder approval for its planned Islamic bond sale, the diary firm said in a statement on Sunday.
The approval was obtained at an extraordinary general assembly meeting on Saturday, the
Russia's farm ministry issued an ambitious draft plan, needing 6.8 trillion roubles ($230 billion) of investment by 2020, to raise grain output and exports, slash dependence on imported raw sugar and become an exporter of pork and poultry meat