Late Monsoon Causes Rice Production in India to Shrink
Late Monsoon Causes Rice Production in India to Shrink

CHANDIGARH: India’s rice production is likely to shrink this Kharif season due to delayed monsoon rains and farmers’ shift to ...

Russia to Fill China’s Food Gap Left by Swine Fever & US Trade War
Russia to Fill China’s Food Gap Left by Swine Fever & US Trade War

Russian meat producer looks forward to adding pork and soybeans to its poultry exports to China as African swine fever devastates ...

Overfishing: Grouper Fish Won’t Be On Malaysia’s Menus in Near Future
Overfishing: Grouper Fish Won’t Be On Malaysia’s Menus in Near Future

PETALING JAYA, MALAYSIA — Seafood lovers won’t be able to enjoy the sought-after grouper fish species due to overfishing. Reef Check Malaysia general manager ...

Food Safety, Sustainability & Local Tastes – 3 Food Trends in Asia in 2019
Food Safety, Sustainability & Local Tastes – 3 Food Trends in Asia in 2019

Food safety, sustainability and local tastes are three consumer trends defining Asia’s food category in 2019 – but safety has to ...

African Swine Fever Spreading Strong in Asia, Threatening Food Security
African Swine Fever Spreading Strong in Asia, Threatening Food Security

SHANGHAI, CHINA—The spread of African swine fever (ASF) in Asia is taking a worrisome turn. First reported in northeastern China in August ...

7-Eleven leads Japan’s drive to cut food waste
7-Eleven leads Japan’s drive to cut food waste

Convenience store chain eases delivery deadlines for manufacturers TOKYO — Seven-Eleven Japan will ease a delivery requirement for food makers as part of ...