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Brazil is one of the leading countries in the global poultry industry, not only in production, but also in trade with poultry products. In...

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In a rapidly changing world it is a great challenge to keep business model up to date and profitable.Market orientation Market orientation is defined as...

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The poultry industry of the United Kingdom in transition

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Alternative, slower-growing segments of the broiler market have existed for decades. Historically, however, these were largely niche or artisanal operations. More recently, there has...

The EU egg industry

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EU poultry meat production and trade

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There are hardly any studies which deal with the role of the less developed and newly industrialised countries in global meat production. In this article the Author investigates the spatial shifts in chicken meat production.

The future of the European poultry market

Focusing on quality, safety and sustainability, the European poultry production has been able to answer to demands from the society and consumers.

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