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Agribusiness
Significant challenge to finding that any red meat is harmful
Anne Finnegan
Criticism from scientists mount in relation to finding that any red meat is harmful, writes Anne Finnegan.
3 August 2022 Northern Ireland
UK beef and lamb output on the rise
A market report from AHDB shows higher throughput of cattle and sheep during the second half of the year.
29 June 2022 News
Teagasc BEEF 2022: a forum to discuss key challenges facing the beef sector
BEEF 2022 will finish with a forum where a panel of leading experts will address the key challenges facing beef farmers and the industry and how these can be addressed.
Dempsey at Large: Australia's carbon-neutral plans for beef industry
What surprised me most about our Australian visitor was his assertion that Australian red meat production would be carbon neutral by 2030.
25 May 2022 Opinion
Sustainable farm model has no impact on red meat
The model found there should be more grassland in eastern parts of the UK, which are mainly arable-focused at present.
'Consumer is waiting' for more sustainable products - webinar
Teagac's Signpost webinar takes a look into how different generations think as consumers and how red meat consumption has gotten an unjust reputation.
23 April 2022 News
Dempsey at Large: the real challenge
Hugely reputable nutritionists, academics and medical specialists have spelled out in great detail the benefits, especially for children’s cognitive development, the importance of red meat.
13 April 2022 Opinion
Findings that red meat is harmful not reliable
The research that found red meat consumption was harmful has been confirmed to be unreliable. In fact, red meat is protective against some types of stroke according to the study authors.
23 March 2022 News
Editorial: U-turn on finding that red meat is harmful
Call for Lancet findings to be retracted as new study confirms red meat concerns are not reliable.
23 March 2022 Editorial
Global Burden of Disease findings on red meat to change in next study
The Global Burden of Disease findings, published in October 2020, attributed 896,000 deaths and 23.9 million disability adjusted life years globally to the consumption of unprocessed red meat.
19 March 2022 News
IFA writes to editor of The Lancet on red meat data
Tim Cullinan presses key international public health agencies to address questions on red meat data.
28 February 2022 News
Scientists question finding that red meat is harmful is 'significant' - IFA
The IFA has said that serious concerns have been raised that negative health impacts have been unfairly attributed to eating red meat.
27 February 2022 News