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Consumo Announces The Implementation Of Nutriscore In The First Four Months Of 2021

Consumo announces the implementation of Nutriscore in the first four months of 2021

  • 2 July, 2020
The Ministry of Consumption on which the Spanish Agency for Food Safety and Nutrition (AESAN) depends organically has announced that the Nutriscore nutritional front labeling system will enter into force in the first four months of 2021. Spain thus joins France, which has already implemented this system, and Belgium and Germany, which have announced to the European Commission their desire to implement it. This frontal labeling system is voluntary for companies that decide to establish it, in the absence of European regulations deciding on its mandatory nature.
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June 23, Lamb Day. Ten Tips For A Perfect Lamb Barbecue And A Few Tricks

June 23, lamb day. Ten tips for a perfect lamb barbecue and a few tricks

  • 16 June, 2020
On June 23 the sector celebrates the day of the lamb. What traditionally was a day to gather and celebrate San Juan, today will again be a day of celebration and reunion in a country that, after three months of seclusion, needs to gather to celebrate. And nothing better than to do it around a barbecue with lamb meat at home with family and friends.
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The Horeca Sector Discovers The Best Cuts Of Lamb And Kid Meat For Delivery

The Horeca sector discovers the best cuts of lamb and kid meat for delivery

  • 12 June, 2020
European origin lamb and goat meats are an ideal option for all those who wish to add to their digital offer the added benefit of their inclusion on the menus. It is a local product, with proven environmental and social benefits. But, above all, it is about meats of gastronomic excellence whose handling in this type of elaboration is necessary to know so that the client at home enjoys them in all their splendor.
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INTEROVIC And Amazon Collaborate To Offer Lamb Meat And Support The Sector

INTEROVIC and Amazon collaborate to offer lamb meat and support the sector

  • 9 June, 2020
The Interprofessional Agro-Food Organization of Sheep and Goats, INTEROVIC, in the face of the situation of stock of sheep and goat meat due to the closure of the HORECA sector, has carried out a search for alternatives that allow them to deliver their products directly to Spanish households, the only way to give output to the surplus volume, which is estimated at 70% of production. INTEROVIC and Amazon have worked together to market these meats through the Amazon Prime Now express delivery service available to Prime customers in Madrid and Barcelona. In this way, traditional producers and ranchers of sheep and goats hope to open cuts specially designed for home consumption, offering delicious, healthy meats with proven social and environmental benefits.
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The Fairs Are Back In The Food Sector. Registration Opens For Meat Attraction

The fairs are back in the food sector. Registration opens for Meat Attraction

  • 4 June, 2020
Meat Attraction 2021 has opened its registration period to participate in the next edition to be held from February 2 to 4. Organized by IFEMA and ANICE, the “Appointment with the best meats in the world” will pay a great tribute to all professionals in the meat industry on this occasion (#Proud of Our Sector). Anafric has participated in the different editions of the fair with a grouped stand. In this fourth edition, it will also. For more information about participation in Meat Attraction together with Anafric,
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10% Of Sheep Production Could Not Be Commercialized, According To Interovic

10% of sheep production could not be commercialized, according to Interovic

  • 29 May, 2020
In a news story published in the Revista Cárnica, Tomás Rodríguez, director of INTEROVIC, highlighted that nearly 1 million lambs have not been commercialized, a figure that represents 10% of production. during March and May, a period that coincides with the declaration of the state of alarm and with one of the most hectic moments of suckling pig consumption, around Semana Santa.
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Castilla-La Mancha Offers 6 Million Euros To Sheep And Goat Farmers In Animal Welfare

Castilla-La Mancha offers 6 million euros to sheep and goat farmers in animal welfare

  • 21 May, 2020
The Minister of Agriculture, Water and Rural Development of Castilla - La Mancha, Francisco Martínez Arroyo, has presented a series of grants for farmers and ranchers that extend those previously granted. Martínez Arroyo stressed that the lines of organic, grazing, beekeeping or indigenous breeds, as well as those of animal welfare and mountain areas, "are important aid because they are intended for those who most need the role of public administration" and is done, "Guaranteeing continuity and giving certainty, and with the consensus of all agrarian organizations and cooperatives".
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The Sheep Sector From Castilla Y León Shows Its Strength Despite The Crisis

The sheep sector from Castilla y León shows its strength despite the crisis

  • 20 May, 2020
Representatives of twelve cooperatives in the sheep sector, which market almost 80% of milk production, have participated in a videoconference organized by Urcacyl. Two months have passed since the State of Alarm was declared. All the cooperatives in the sheep sector in Castilla y León, belonging to Urcacyl, have not stopped their activity. Its workers continue to shoulder their shoulders day by day to continue serving their livestock partners, (collecting their products and providing supplies, food and technical advice) for the benefit of farms, consumers and their environment.
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Anafric Claims The Government The Immediate Return Of The Advanced VAT By The Meat Exporting Companies Due To The Lack Of Liquidity Due To The Inactivity Of The HORECA Sector

Anafric claims the Government the immediate return of the advanced VAT by the meat exporting companies due to the lack of liquidity due to the inactivity of the HORECA sector

  • 17 May, 2020
The meat sector as a whole is experiencing moments of extreme difficulty due to the COVID crisis 19. With the exception of a few large companies, most of the meat industry in Spain is made up of small and medium-sized companies that have completely lost their sales in the channel HORECA and proximity sales. They do not have money, but they have to face social security payments, taxes, rents and payments to suppliers, especially to farmers. There is a crisis in the sector that will be very difficult to overcome.
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