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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Thursday, 12.12.2019, 14:22

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COP25: Call for governments to end overfishing to counter climate crisis

COP25: Call for governments to end overfishing to counter climate crisis

06.12.2019

A group of ocean experts, including the UN Special Envoy for the Ocean, scientists and NGOs convening for a COP25 event today in Madrid, How can Ending Overfishing Mitigate Climate Change?, have called for immediate action by governments worldwide to end overfishing in order to mitigate the impacts of climate change on the world's oceans.

Keyword tags: Ecology, EU – Baltic States, Foodstuff



KFC planning to open over 20 restaurants in Baltics in next 3 years

KFC planning to open over 20 restaurants in Baltics in next 3 years

29.11.2019

Apollo Group OU, the biggest entertainment provider in Estonia, is to open over 20 more Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) restaurants in the Baltic countries in the next three years and KFC will also be added to Apollo Group's loyalty program, informed LETA/BNS.

Atria: Meat consumption in Estonia continuing to grow

Atria: Meat consumption in Estonia continuing to grow

19.11.2019

Olle Horm, executive director of the Estonian branch of the Finnish meat processing group Atria, said that while the group is involved in the provision of alternatives to meat outside Estonia, meat consumption is continuing to grow in Estonia, informed LETA/BNS.


Estonia's Tallink establishes subsidiaries in Lithuania, Latvia

Estonia's Tallink establishes subsidiaries in Lithuania, Latvia

14.11.2019

The listed Estonian shipping group Tallink Grupp, holder of a franchise for restaurants of the global fast food chain Burger King in the Baltic states, has established subsidiaries for opening restaurants in Lithuania and Latvia, informed LETA/BNS.

Bolt Food launches in Lithuania

Bolt Food launches in Lithuania

07.11.2019

Transportation platform Bolt on Thursday launched the Bolt Food food delivery service in the Lithuanian capital Vilnius, informed company.


06.11.2019

Pork prices to continue growing due to ASF

Due to African swine fever, pork processors now pay some 30 percent more for meat, compared to the last year, and businesses will have to work under the conditions of higher costs for at least several years before pig farms star to recover, according to the Verslo Zinios information writes LETA/BNS.

01.11.2019

Estonian salmon, rainbow trout allowed onto Chinese market

Estonian fish processing companies are now able to export salmon and rainbow trout as well as products containing those fish to the People's Republic of China.

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