European supply chain traceability
Along with the increase in consumer awareness, the desire, both on the part of producers and customers, for full-value, high-quality goods to reach the market is strengthening. The successful implementation of this goal is supported by the traceability system, also known as supply chain traceability. What events contributed to the design of traceability, what exactly … Continued
The European Union is constantly looking for new ways to achieve climate neutrality by 2050. The possibility of achieving the goal is created, inter alia, by a transition to a circular economy. What is a circular economy, what are its priorities and advantages, and why is it an important step towards a better future? … Continued
On October 23-28, 2022 Japanese meat importers visited Poland. The delegation consisted of: Ryo Araki – Assistant Manager at Matsuda Sangyo CO., LTD; Ryoya Gono – Sales in Meat Section at Maruha Nichiro Corporation; Naoki Isoda – Sales Dept Manager at Hyochiku Limited; Ryoga Omura – Member at Nomura Trading CO., LTD; Jun Matsumoto – … Continued
The proper cooking of beef depends mainly on the heat treatment type. Beef needs special treatment and time. To make it soft, brittle or even melt-in-the-mouth, you need to follow a few basic principles: Beef likes marinating, as it makes it extremely tender, aromatic and tasty; It is better not to pound beef. Beef should … Continued
The European Union has introduced restrictive standards at every stage of beef production, and thanks to the implementation of the universal possibility of verifying the origin of the meat product, it has provided consumers with a tool to make more responsible choices. The growing awareness of what we put in the shopping trolley directly translates … Continued
Climate change is a major challenge of our times. For this reason, in December 2019, the European Commission presented the European Green Deal strategy, which is to transform the European Union into a climate-neutral area. The achievement of this target is planned for 2050.
The food sector and the structure of consumer spending, among others, are being affected by the pandemic. As a result of successive lockdowns, catering establishments have found themselves in financial difficulties and consumers are cooking at home more often and making larger food purchases for their households.