How to improve the economics of Australian meat producers: Value-adding in meat animal production systems

This article explains how value-adding to everything else in the carcass can improve the economics of animal production systems beyond just using the meat. This article examines not only common usages and applications of meat by-products but also some further innovative value-adding opportunities that that academic researchers have been exploring through research into meat production systems. FoodLegal now advises on scientific research for new product development strategies as well as assessing the relevant regulatory requirements for producers and processors and buyers both in relation to Australia and destination markets.

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