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9,583 chickens culled in bird flu outbreak in southern Taiwan

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Pingtung County Livestock Disease Control and Prevention Center culled 9,583 black feather native chickens in Yanpu Township on Thursday (Feb. 15). County authorities w...

United Arab Emirates Edible Meat Market 2024 Growth Factors, Revenue, Competitive Landscape and Forecast to 2032

The recent “United Arab Emirates Edible Meat Market” report by Report Ocean gathers insights and assessments through genuine consultations with key stakeholders, including CEOs, Managers, Department H...

Saudi Arabia Hand Sanitizer Market by Share, Size, Future Trends and Future Scope Including Top Players by 2023-2032

At Report Ocean, our goal is to merge comprehensive industry insights with top-notch research methodologies, empowering our clients to conquer future business challenges and attain their goals. Our se...

Saudi Arabia Hand Sanitizer Market Share, Growth Rate, Upcoming Trends and Forecast to 2032

The “Global Saudi Arabia Hand Sanitizer Market” report, published by Report Ocean, provides an in-depth analysis of the product and service industry, examining historical trends and future...

Eggs crack Taiwan's cabinet

TAICHUNG (Taiwan News) — Preparing these columns requires closely following the local news across the political spectrum to get a broad understanding of events as they unfold, and the number of ...

Premier apologizes for mislabeling eggs, 57% of Taiwanese dissatisfied

Taiwan's Premier Chen Chien-jen (陳建仁) apologized on Friday (Sept. 22) for the mislabeling of imported eggs and public dissatisfaction. Chen faced protests from KMT legislators before he spoke i...

Taiwan's agriculture minister resigns over egg dispute

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Taiwan’s Premier Chen Chien-jen (陳建仁) accepted the resignation of Minister of Agriculture Chen Chi-chung (陳吉仲) on Tuesday (Sept. 19) amid blowback from the country&r...

Taiwan's agriculture minister's resignation offer rejected by cabinet

UPDATE: 09/18/23 13:30: On Sunday (Sept. 17) a number of publications reported that Chen Chi-chung's (陳吉仲) offer of resignation had been accepted. On Monday cabinet said it has rejected Chen's...

Taiwan destroys 54 million imported eggs

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Taiwan will destroy 54.02 million or more than a third of recently imported eggs as they reach their expiry date, Agriculture Minister Chen Chi-chung (陳吉仲) said Saturday (...

Taiwan recalls eggs from Brazil

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — A batch of eggs from Brazil was removed from sale after the expiry date was mistakenly labeled as Oct. 5, reports said Tuesday (Sept. 12). Tainung Egg Products Co. said...

Taiwan agriculture minister denies fraud allegations about egg imports

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Minister of Agriculture Chen Chi-chung (陳吉仲) on Wednesday (Sept. 6) denied allegations of fraud surrounding the import of eggs, while Kuomintang (KMT) presidential candida...

Earth hit an unofficial record high temperature this week – and stayed there

Sweltering heat is blanketing much of the planet, and one unofficial analysis says the past seven days have been the hottest week on record, the latest grim milestone in a series of climate-change-dri...

Farmers markets thrive as customers and vendors who latched on during the pandemic remain loyal

NEW YORK (AP) — Farmers markets gave people something they desperately sought during the pandemic: A place to shop outdoors, and at the same time support smaller, often local businesses. ...

El Niño, not avian flu, caused the deaths of hundreds of birds in Mexico, government says

MEXICO CITY (AP) — When hundreds of birds were found dead along Mexico's Pacific coast earlier this year, experts immediately suspected avian flu. But the government said Thursday that t...

Vaccine authorized for emergency use in California condors amid bird flu outbreak

LOS ANGELES (AP) — California condors will receive a vaccine for a deadly strain of avian influenza that threatens to wipe out the already critically endangered vulture species, federal officials said...