More and more homes, the Asadofácil de Moralejo Selección is the salvation for the numerous Christmas lunches and dinners. With a cooking system awarded for its international innovation, an extended family of products and a fun promotion, the Asadofácil is in fashion. The promotion can be seen on different media including the renewed website www.moralejoseleccion.com, where the company has shown all its innovation and productive capacity, through the numerous products offered in more than 30 countries.
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.
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.
What is the iSAGE project: Innovation for Sustainable Sheep and Goat Production in Europe
ZBE: Low Emission Zone in Barcelona: One-year moratorium on commercial vehicles
Anafric gives its support to the Green Deal policy of the new European Commission that has started working since the beginning of December
Intercarn, the meat show in Alimentaria, expects to attract about 30,000 professional buyers and visitors from the distribution, retail and Horeca channel
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.
Anafric and UECBV participate in the first seminar on European agri-food regulations in Bogotá
What is the role of ruminants in mitigating climate change?
Let's stop targeting the sector! Know de facts before deciding
#Meatthefacts: Know de facts before deciding
Know the facts before deciding. Are animal medicines polluting our rivers and fields?
Know de facts before deciding. Do you know what contains a piece of red meat?
European livestock sector unites to ‘burst’ the myths surrounding the sector
Know the facts before deciding. Can we reduce the emisisions from livestock?
Know the facts before deciding. Are EU livestock sector (CHG) emissions increasing? On the contrary, according to FAO statistics enteric fermentation coming from the EU livestock sector has almost halved its impact in the period 1990-2014. There has been a 51% drop in emissions from livestock as shown by the FAO statistics, largely due to the shift to a more specialised agricultural livestock system, with still relevant large margin for improvement.
It is often said that 15,000L of water are needed to produce 1Kg of meat. This is an example of a shock statement used to make good headlines, but the calculations are too often misunderstood and misquoted. With more than 90% of water consumed by livestock being ‘green water’ (rainfall), scientists calculate that 1kg of beef would actually remove around 50L of fresh water.
Animal health is managed by the farmer in partnership with a veterinarian and other agricultural advisers. It begins with the animal selection where the farmer looks for traits such as longevity of animals, robustness, resource efficiency, and environmental impact.
The UECBV, the European Livestock and Meat Trades Union, and Anafric, a Spanish meat business association, support the new European Commission, led by Ursula von der Leyen, and ask together with the Industry4Europe industrial forum for the assumption of a new strategic line for European industries that has sustainability and environment among its priority fields. Industry4Europe is a coalition of 149 sector associations representing the diversity of the EU industrial base, including the meat sector.