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Korean dog meat farmers seek fresh start
'It's a dying business,' Gong In-Young said as he watched US activists clear out the cages of his South Korean dog meat farm.
Food is the most stable currency: Nursultan Nazarbayev
According to Nursultan Nazarbayev, Kazakhstan and Russia have a big advantage when it comes to food security.
Brazil beef exports soar on Chinese, Russian demand
Brazil beef exports jumped seven percent this year so far, in part due to rising Russian demand as Moscow turned away from US and European sources.
Kazakhstan to export lamb to Bahrain and later to China and Iran
Kazakhstan's agriculture development holding KazAgro has started exporting meat to Bahrain.
Kazakhstan's meat project stalls
Kazakhstan's cattle breeding development project aimed at bringing team export to 60 thousand tons in 2016 has stalled.
Consumer Rights fight against fake-halal goods in Kazakhstan
Consumer Rights Protection Agency continues battling with fake-halal goods.
US food firm sorry over China 'bad meat' scandal
The US food supplier at the centre of an expired meat scandal in China has apologised, as KFC and Pizza Hut's parent company said it would stop using the firm's products in the key Chinese market.
China shuts meat factory supplying McDonald's, KFC
Shanghai has shut a factory of US food provider OSI Group for selling out-of-date meat to restaurant giants including McDonald's and KFC, authorities said Monday in China's latest food safety scandal.
Stop importing food, support local producers: Kazakh Senator
Kazakhstani lawmaker Kozhakhmet Baimakhanov believes Kazakhstan can meet the demand for rice and flour without importing the goods.
Kazakhstan poised to decrease prime cost of meat
Kazakhstan intends to decrease the prime cost of the meat it produces by 100-150 tenge ($0.60-0.80).
Ready for python pizza? Florida diners get a taste
Alligator and frog have long been on the menu in Florida, but a new delicacy has slithered its way onto dinner plates in the US state.
Top chefs bring ready meals to NYC elderly
Shivering in Arctic temperatures and reeling from a brutal winter snowstorm, elderly New Yorkers got the surprise of their lives when five top chefs suddenly appeared with meals on wheels.
Religious edict allowing people to eat dogs and cats issued in Damascus
As Muslims around the world mark the Eid al-Adha holiday, sharing festive meals, children trapped in besieged areas around the Syrian capital are going hungry.
Kazakhstan to supply 500 tons of meat to Russia
Kazakhstan will supply 500 tons of meat to Russia by the end of 2013.
Presence of rat meat in Kazakhstan airlines' meals impossible: Healthcare Ministry
There is no way Chinese rat meat could have gotten into flight meals of Kazakhstan airlines.
China nabs 900 over rat and other meat scandals: official
China has detained 900 people for meat-related crimes including selling rat and fox meat as beef and mutton, the public security ministry said, in another blow to the nation's food safety.
Arabs eager to buy natural meat from Kazakhstan
Saudi Arabia is planning to implement the project to support Pavlodar cattle breeding farms and start procuring the high-quality meat.
Israeli company to set up beef production near Almaty
This is the first time Israel is going to invest in a project and not just sell technologies or goods, Mikhael Roe, Israel-Kazakhstan Chamber of Commerce.
Ikea pulls meatballs from Europe stores as horsemeat found
Swedish furniture giant Ikea has withdrawn its own-label meatballs from sale in at least 16 European countries after Czech authorities found horsemeat in the product.
Europe horsemeat scandal spreads to Asia
The fallout from Europe's horsemeat scandal has spread far outside the continent, with an imported lasagne brand pulled from shelves in Hong Kong and a new row over the treatment of horses farmed in the Americas.
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