Top Poultry Companies
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Foster Farms worker dies after hit-and-run
The fatal incident occurred on Foster Farms property in Fresno County, California, and involved an unlicensed driver.
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Commercial duck meat gains traction in US
Consumer interest in this alternative poultry protein is growing, but there’s still a lot to learn about raising commercial meat ducks.
Darling-Butterball rendering plant idea based on logistics
With a lack of existing rendering capacity and high transportation costs, a new rendering plant in Mount Olive, North Carolina, made sense, Darling Ingredients CEO Randall C. Stuewe said.
Smithfield to permanently close 35 hog farms in Missouri
Planned October closures will affect 92 employees in 3 locations.
Expect appeals of recent poultry antitrust suit ruling
Because the lawsuit alleging poultry industry collusion is a model for similar litigation against pork and turkey companies, the odds of plaintiffs letting decision stand are very unlikely.
Maple Leaf Foods might further expand presence in US
Any acquisitions would need to be consistent with Maple Leaf Foods’ sustainability ambitions and be timed appropriately, CEO says.
Processing & Slaughter
Tyson Foods closing four poultry plants
The production from those four plants will be transferred to other Tyson facilities.
Mercy for Animals grades companies that signed on for BCC
Count Your Chickens report shows the extent to which companies are progressing toward fulfilling Better Chicken Commitment pledges.
Bojangles to bring 20 restaurants to Las Vegas
The quick service restaurant chain will also add 10 locations to TravelCenters of America in western United States.
7 Alabama poultry workers infected with tuberculosis
Alabama Department of Public Health advises poultry industry workers in Colbert, Franklin, Lawrence or Lauderdale counties to be screened.
Court: No proof Perdue acted on opportunities to conspire
Perdue Farms is cleared of allegations of collusion with other poultry producers.
Hormel: Think of your vendors as partners
When companies that do business with one another better communicate their supply chain challenges, they can better prevent bigger problems from happening.
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