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Phone:

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E-mail:

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acmf@chicken.org.au

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Media Releases


Food Safety Needs to Get on the Home Cook's Agenda
SUPPORTING FOOD SAFETY INFORMATION COUNCIL FOOD SAFETY WEEK,13-17 November 2006Behavioural research released today by the Australian Chicken Meat Federation (ACMF) shows food safety needs to get on th...
ACMF Food Safety Behavioural Research Release 15 Nov 06.pdf (43 KB)
ACMF Food Safety Fact Sheet lowres.pdf (69 KB)
Date : 15/11/2006

Long Term Drought Impacts Chicken Meat Industry
The reality of the drought being felt by farming communities across rural Australia also has a severe effect on the chicken meat industry through its impact on grain prices, a major production cost fo...
Effect of Drought on Chicken Meat Industry.pdf (38 KB)
Date : 24/10/2006

Ethanol is not the answer to the increasing fuel price
FAMILY BUDGET FUEL FARCEThe Prime Minister’s proposal to bring forward funds for conversion of motor vehicles to LPG is welcomed by three major industry associations: the Australian Lot Feeders&...
Joint Release Ethanol.pdf (38 KB)
Date : 11/08/2006

New Z-Card puts the chicken meat industry in your pocket
The Australian Chicken Meat Federation is proud to announce the release of a pocket-sized information package, called a Z-CARD™.  It contains summary information about the industry, its pol...
Date : 10/08/2006

Chicken Myths Keep Fattening the Australian Chook ...
Research released today by the Australian Chicken Meat Federation (ACMF) has revealed that almost 80% of Australians believe that something is added to the Australian chicken to make it grow artif...
Chicken_Myth_Media_Release_27_June_2006.pdf (47 KB)
Chicken_Myth_Media_Backgrounder_27_June_2006.pdf (45 KB)
ACMF_Statement_on_Hormones[2].pdf (33 KB)
ACMF_Antibiotics_Policy_Consumer_Summary[3].pdf (67 KB)
ACMF_Antibiotics_Policy[3].pdf (445 KB)
Date : 27/06/2006

Launch of the 1300 4 CHOOKs Infoline
ACMF announced the launch of the new consumer information line on 1300 4 CHOOKs (or 1300 424 665) on  19 April 2006. The annnouncement also included some recent survey data regarding the meat con
ACMF Media Release on 1300 Chook Infoline (37 KB)
Backgrounder on Consumption Patters for Different Meats (39 KB)
Date : 19/04/2006

ACMF counters Today Tonight's scare tactics
The Australian Chicken Meat Federation (ACMF) today released a statement following a segment aired on Today Tonight, Tuesday, 21 February 2006, implying that bacteria found on uncooked chicken meat is...
230206_ACMF_Media_Statement.pdf (89 KB)
Date : 23/02/2006

Australian Poultry Industry Announces Avian Influenza Taskforce
The Australian poultry industry today announced the establishment of the Australian Poultry Industry AI Taskforce, a high level body to help coordinate Australia’s response to community concerns...
Media Release on AI Taskforce 23 Nov 05 (139 KB)
Date : 23/11/2005

All chicken meat consumed in Australia is produced locally
Some confusion may have arisen following recent media reports that chicken meat has been seized by quarantine officials.  The reports seemed to imply that only chickens from Avian Influenza in...
ACMF_Media_Statement_28_Sept_2005.doc (75 KB)
Date : 28/09/2005

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