European meat

European meat in balanced diet

Do meat and a balanced diet come hand in hand? How to introduce meat to our daily menu? Here’s a Savor Europe guide! Basic information concerning nutritional value of meat High quality meat is an important source of vitamin B (especially B12, B1, B2, B3), which is responsible for a proper fun…

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European quality standards

GHP (Good Hygienic Practice), a set of actions and sanitary conditions that need to be guaranteed and controlled on every stage of production and handling in order to ensure food safety in line with Article 3 Rule of Law 3 point 8 on the Food and Alimentary Safety Law; Journal of Law, 2006 no. 171,…

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European traditions in meat production

Humans have learnt the techniques of meat processing in the pre-historic times. First meat-related recipes date back to the Roman Empire. However, historians claim that Romans learnt how to salt and cure meats from the Gals and Celts who were more advanced in the culinary education. Throughout t…

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European Beef

According to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Report, the global meat production in 2016 slightly rose to 319.8 million tons, i.e. by 0.2% in comparison to 2015. The forecasts show a more visible growth in the meat trade by 4.4%, and beef trade by 0.3%. The beef productio…

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