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A few words from John Strak, the Editor of Whole Hog....

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Whole Hog Brief Issue 85, 14 April 2003Whole Hog Brief Issue 17

Whole Hog Brief Issue 104, 1 March 2004
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Whole Hog Brief Issue 104, 1 March 2004

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....., EU calls for worldwide animal welfare standards, EU hits deadlock again on GM ban, US suspends meat imports from France, EU ready to aid enlargement countries’ food industry, Hilton invest in new plant, Sokolow first to offer low fat meat, Hungary-Croatia trade dispute ends,  IKB promises uniformity in sanctions, UK national fallen stock scheme delayed until autumn, NPA steps up pigmeat labelling campaign, European Meat Alliance agree to harmonise meat standards, Cranswick deliver premium with Sainsbury’s pork, US livestock id program to begin this year, US meat industry works on voluntary COOL, US pigmeat exports strong in December, Manitoba tackles hog regulations, Premium Standard adopts technology to end lagoons, Hormel results, Concern over GM pigs in Canada, Smithfield results, NPPC welcomes OZ pork risk assessment, Sask Pork calls for short-term loans,NZ MAF moves to limit PMWS spread, Australia ready to retaliate against EU pork subsidies, New quarantine standards threaten Oz pig herd says APL, Japan and Mexico resume free-trade talks, Japan trade, pigs storm New Guinea barracks, Chinese pig weighs in for record, China’s KFC offers pork option, Danisco committed to Chinese feed industry, China achieves pork preservation breakthrough, Mexico in agricultural trade talks with China, I say I say, Price monitor