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Lackluster profitability reported by Scandi Standard

CEO of Swedish-based poultry company Scandi Standard describes the group’s profitability as “unsatisfactory” over the last quarter, despite some positive developments in sales over the period.

Net sales generated by Scandi Standard increased 7% to 2.564 billion krona (SEK; US$298.1 million), according to the latest quarterly report of financial results recently published.

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Church's Chicken Sandwich

Chicken expected to remain best-value protein

While availability of some chicken products has been limited, beef and pork also are in short supply

A high demand for certain chicken products has driven up their prices, but when compared to the price of beef and pork, chicken can still be considered the “best-value protein,” said Michael Piken, senior analyst with Cleveland Research Company (CRC).

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Sanderson expansion

Sanderson Farms reports solid third quarter

Net income for the quarter increases by $132 million on a year-over-year basis

Sanderson Farms reported a net income of $164.8 million for the third quarter of fiscal year 2021, a sharp improvement from the $32.8 million from the same quarter of 2020.

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US poultry and egg exports on pace for record year

Exports of US chicken, turkey and shell eggs surged in first half

The COVID-19 pandemic, an uncertain economy, and logistics problems like port closings and shipping bottlenecks haven’t slowed the tremendous demand for U.S. poultry and eggs around the world.

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Cherkizovo 2016

Strong growth by Cherkizovo opens investment opportunities

For the first six months of the 2021 fiscal year, Cherkizovo Group reports double-digit increases in overall sales and revenue

For the first six months of the 2021 fiscal year, Russia-based Cherkizovo Group is reporting double-digit increases in overall sales and revenue, as well as for the majority of its meat business segments.

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