Meat-up ffire. Dentro le relazioni industriali: il caso della filiera della carne in Europa

Si chiama Meat Up Ffire e rappresenta l’acronimo di «Fairness, Freedom and Industrial Relations across Europe: Up and Down the Meat Value Chain»: è un progetto di ricerca – finanziato dalla Commissione Europea, DG Employment and Social Affairs (VS/2018/0014) – che ha coinvolto sociologi, economisti, giuristi, sindacati provenienti da Belgio […]

New volume – Fairness, freedom and industrial relations across Europe: up and down the meat value chain

This volume gathers the results of the research carried out as part of Meat-up Ffire, a project financed by the European Commission (G.A. 2018/0014) with the aim of investigating the contribution of industrial relations structures, including social dialogue, in an important sector of the EU economy, such as the meat […]

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Comunicato stampa: Meat-Up Ffire Final Conference a Bologna

Urbino 20 gennaio 2020 – Ultimo step per il Progetto Meat-Up Ffire che, dopo gli Open Workshop di Erlangen, Copenaghen, Hasselt, Lodz, Varsavia, Urbino, arriva a Bologna il prossimo giovedì 23 gennaio per la Final Conference di progetto: un’intera giornata di riflessione e dibattito tra relatori provenienti dall’Italia e da […]

Meat-Up Ffire Final Conference in Bologna

Bologna will host Meat-Up Ffire Final Conference on Thursday, January 23, 2020 from 9.30am to 6.00pm. The conference will be in English and simultaneous language translation services will be provided (Italian to English and English to Italian). The event will take place at Giorgio Prodi Room, Piazza San Giovanni in Monte, […]

The Stink and Injustice of Life Next to an Industrial Hog Farm

Will the world’s leading pork producer be held responsible for making life unbearable in rural Southern communities? In a federal courtroom in Raleigh, North Carolina, a 14-year-old honor student named Alexandria McKoy swore to tell the truth. Then she settled in to testify against the world’s largest pork producer. McKoy […]

EU pork exports grow in September

The EU experienced a record month for pork exports, bolstered by Chinese demand. Source: globalmeatnews

Flexitarianism may save the planet — but it’s killed the traditional European diet

The food industry needs to adapt to a paradigm shift among consumers away from traditional diets, according to speakers at the recent FiE show in Paris. Source:

Beef industry welcomes Real MEAT act introduction to US Senate

The US red meat industry has welcomed the introduction of a bill that seeks to clarify labelling of meat products. Source:

‘Now we need to create healthier meat analogues’: scientist

After mastering meat analogues, scientists now the face the next challenge of making them healthier, says a pioneer in the field. Source: foodnavigator