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Whole Hog Brief Issue 98, 17 November 2003
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Whole Hog Brief Issue 98, 17 November 2003

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..... EU consumers not convinced farmers produce safe food, PPL to sell cloning technology, DEFRA launch new UK veterinary surveillance strategy, EU consumers not convinced farmers produce safe food, PPL to sell cloning technology, EU warns Poland over meat safety, Latvians boost pork import quota for Balts, CEEC pig herds on the increase, Danish CSF tests prove negative, Sygen International sees profits fall, Dutch Bestmeat buys control in Germany’s Nordfleisch, Ekseko aims low, Estonia’s Rakvere post sales drop, FDA double take on cloned food safety, US Senate votes for COOL in 2004, Senate passes major EQ@IP roll back, Congress OK’s bill to speed animal drug reviews, PETA targets ConAgra with share purchase, Canadian Wheat Board sales to rebound, Hormel results, USDA changes import regs for Chilean pork, USDA changes swine inspection rules, Former IBP chief leaves Tyson board, Sadia results, Paying a premium for being Canadian, Tyson results, McDonalds results, Betagro in new Japanese partnership, Taiwan to allow in more Chinese corn and soya, Strong growth in OZ feed demand says ABARE, New Zealand launches national organics standard, New NSW pork industry task force, CP Foods profits boosted by Eueope’s heat wave, ADM to boost food processing capacity in China, Uganda imports new breeding stock, S Korea trade, I say I say, Price monitor