Upcoming Webinars

European Veal: A Trusted Tradition

Sponsored by Centrale Organisatie Voor De Vleessector
June 7, 2018 at 2:00PM Eastern

The Dutch national association for the meat industry, COV, is aiming to get the word out on its high-quality product and is running a promotional campaign for European veal in North America. Veal production has a long tradition in Europe and The Netherlands is at its forefront, being the largest producer of veal in the world and the by far largest exporter. The Dutch veal industry is dedicated to quality, sustainability and animal welfare. Veal from Europe complies to the highest international standards in terms of food safety and quality. Dutch veal is an exceptional product closely tied with Europe’s quality culinary tradition. Join us to understand what makes Dutch Veal unique.

On-Demand Webinars

Advances in Kill Floor Technology

Sponsored by Meat + Poultry
June 13, 2017 at 11:30AM Eastern


Presented by Temple Grandin, this webinar will include:
Discussion of why technology combined with training are essential to improving animal welfare practices;
The evolution of traditional stunning equipment and the ABCs of maintaining today’s equipment;
An overview of Controlled Atmosphere Stunning (CAS) including its benefits and applications across species;
Guidelines for monitoring and measuring animal handling and the role of training, traditional auditing and Remote Video Auditing.

Meeting demand for clean label poultry with phosphate alternatives

Sponsored by Ingredion
November 1, 2017 at 2:00PM Eastern

The processed meat market— currently at 24 billion pounds annually in the U.S.— is growing, and 43% of consumers are looking for meat products with fewer additives. Learn how meat manufacturers can utilize Ingredion’s broad portfolio of clean label starches as phosphate alternatives in tumble-marinated and injected poultry to better appeal to these consumers. Our differentiated starch solutions deliver the appeal of clean and simple labels for your poultry without sacrificing performance.