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Award For Anafric And Its Associated Companies For The Innovation Project In Meat Products With The EHTB Workshop

Award for Anafric and its associated companies for the Innovation Project in meat products with the EHTB workshop

  • 28 January, 2020
The program in which Anafric participates through its associated companies  Carns Romeu, Carns Pont, Sucarn, Viñals Soler, J Milà and Companyia General Carnia is the “Project of innovation in meat products”, which is taught from the School of Hospitality and Tourism of Barcelona (EHTB), and that is tutored by Dolors Espuña. This project has been selected from hundreds of projects by Dualiza Bankia and awarded € 10,000, the maximum planned, which will help the EHTB to improve the program.
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Anafric Sheep Group Meeting In Zaragoza

Anafric sheep group meeting in Zaragoza

  • 24 January, 2020
This year our partners meet in Zaragoza on February 12 in a work and holiday day that will serve to share experiences, obstacles and solutions. If you want to participate, send an email to anafric@anafric.es.
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Fribin Receives Approval To Export Beef To Japan

Fribin receives approval to export beef to Japan

  • 18 January, 2020
FRIBIN, Anafric's partner, has just received approval from the Government of Japan for the export of beef from vacuno. This new breakthrough results in Fribin's goal of expanding its position in Asian markets, as the company guarantees the necessary high product quality - animals raised on cereals and under 30 months - together with a production system adapted to regulations .
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Japan Opens To Sheepmeat, Goatmeat And Beef From Spain

Japan opens to sheepmeat, goatmeat and beef from Spain

  • 17 January, 2020
Anafric, a Spanish meat business association, sees excellent news about the opening of sheep, goat and beef exports to the Japanese market, a very demanding market with very strict sanitary inspections. For now, the list of companies in the sheep and goats sector, the list of companies that can already export is 12, of which 60% are associated with Anafric, including Farras, Coviher, Murgaca and Moralejo .
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Health, Origin Of The Animal, Environment, Animal Welfare And Climate Change, Factors That Will Affect The Agri-food Market By 2030

Health, origin of the animal, environment, animal welfare and climate change, factors that will affect the agri-food market by 2030

  • 15 January, 2020
What is the expected trend in consumer trends in the EU? According to the European Commission's 2019-2030 Agricultural Outlook Report, social demand will be a key factor in shaping agricultural markets in the coming years. Health, food origin, environment, animal welfare or climate change will shape the evolution of the EU agri-food market in the coming decade.
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70% Of Consumers Want To Know The Origin Of The Food They Consume

70% of consumers want to know the origin of the food they consume

  • 14 January, 2020
The Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (MAPA) has published its latest monographic study (data third quarter 2019) with the objective of knowing the level of satisfaction and the climate of consumer confidence in relation to food labeling (for surveys of 1,500 consumers have been carried out).
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Red Meat Consumption Reduction Is Not The Solution To Greenhouse Gases

Red meat consumption reduction is not the solution to greenhouse gases

  • 10 January, 2020
The Oxford Farming Conference , which was held from January 7 to 9, is the most important event in the United Kingdom on agricultural products and livestock. There we will talk about veganism and flexitarism. One of the speakers, Alice Stanton, professor of cardiovascular pharmacology at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, said in one of her interventions that fruits and vegetables had seen their nutrients decrease in order to meet demand.
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An Example To Follow: Know The Facts Before Deciding. Transparency Is The Best Way To Fight Fake News About Cattle

An example to follow: Know the facts before deciding. Transparency is the best way to fight fake news about cattle

  • 9 January, 2020
Joe Stanley, a farmer from Leicestershire, in England, has managed to flip a BBC video criticizing the intake of red meat. For 3 days, BBC Breakfast TV reporters have been able to live closely how cattle are cared for and monitored. Stanley has also made news in the national media, including The Guardian, in addition to becoming a driver of social networks.
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Grow To Improve. Improve To Grow.

Grow to improve. Improve to grow.

  • 20 December, 2019
The year 2020 is just around the corner. And it's time for valuations. And at Anafric we have a lot to be proud of. At Anafric we have a lot to be proud of. For almost 40 years, we have grown with our associates with the sole purpose of defending the interests of national companies in the livestock and meat sector, in a transversal and plural way.
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