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Tuesday 17 June 2014

Portugal

Allma arrives to shake up the microalgae market with premium sun-grown Chlorella

A major new global player with a premium-quality proposition has entered the thriving market for microalgae ingredients suitable for use in food, beverage and dietary supplement products.

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Wednesday 15 May 2013

Portugal

Training African farm students

IPB has entered into an agreement with the Mozambican Ministry of Agriculture under which each year 15 senior technicians will study in Portugal for a master’s degree on food safety and quality.

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Friday 15 February 2013

Portugal

AB Vista

AB Vista has joined forces with Winfarm to boost sales of its enzyme product range in Portugal.

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Monday 08 October 2012

Portugal

Drug industry sponsored fear campaign

Researchers based in Porto, Portugal and Lelystad, the Netherlands, have published a survey on hepatitis E prevalence in Portugal’s domestic pigs.

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Saturday 29 September 2012

Portugal

Pharmacosmos launches Uniferon® in Portugal

The pig production industry in Portugal has gained access to Uniferon®, the industry-leading injectable iron supplement.

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Friday 06 July 2012

Portugal

ISA poultry breeding operation

ISA starts day old layer chick distribution in Spain and Portugal

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Thursday 21 June 2012

Portugal

Worse drought in 70 years

Large parts of Spain and Portugal are desperate for rain, nearing the end of the driest Iberian winter in more than 70 years.

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Wednesday 28 March 2012

Portugal

Feeding poultry

Portuguese research studied the effects of restricting enzyme supplementation in wheat-based diets to broilers.

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Tuesday 09 August 2011

Portugal

We need our pollinators! – new study

A new study says that fruit and vegetables providing the highest levels of essential vitamins and minerals to our diets worldwide depend heavily on bees and other pollinating animals. Researchers estimate that up to 40% of some essential nutrients could be lost without pollinators.

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