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AlternativesMaple Leaf plans construction of production facility
CANADA, Mississauga. The company announced plans to construct a $ 310 mill. plant-based protein food processing facility in Shelbyville, Indiana.
BusinessCargill reports fiscal 2019 third-quarter results
USA, Minneapolis. The earnings of the company eclipse prior year due to cost efficiencies and other savings.
National BeefIowa Premium from Sysco acquired
BRAZIL, São Paulo. Marfrig-owned National Beef has acquired Iowa Premium for $150 mill., in a move to further expand its operations in North America.
Cloverleaf - Zero MountainCold storage giants merge
USA, Sioux City, IA and Fort Smith, AR. The merger establishes the fourth largest cold storage warehouse platform in the US.
FairPoultry Africa returns to Rwanda
RWANDA, Kigali. Dates of 2nd-3rd October 2019 have been announced for the second edition of Poultry Africa, the expo designed especially for the poultry meat and egg sectors of countries in sub-Saharan Africa.
ForecastBeef market worth $383.5 bn. by 2025
USA, Nebraska. The global beef market size is expected to reach $383.5 bn. by 2025, according to a new report by Grand View Research, Inc.
ProteinJon Nash leads Cargill’s North American section
USA, Wichita. The company has selected Nash to lead its North American protein business. He will report to Brian Sikes, who was recently appointed to the executive team as leader of the company’s global protein and salt businesses.
UnileverCEO passes on
THE UNITED KINGDOM, London. Alan Jope has been named CEO of Unilever PLC, effective 1 January. He will succeed Paul Polman, who is retiring after nearly 10 years as CEO of the company.
StatementNPPC testifies in support of USMCA
USA, Washington. Exports of US pork and other American agricultural goods to Canada and Mexico are expected to grow under the new US-Mexico-Canada Agreement, the National Pork Producers Council (NPPC) testified at a hearing on the trade deal held by the International Trade Commission (ITC).
BusinessBrian Sikes to lead Cargill Protein
USA, Minneapolis. Cargill has named Brian Sikes to lead its global protein and salt businesses. He will succeed Todd Hall.
Maple Leaf FoodsAcquisition of Cericola Farms closed
CANADA, Mississauga. Company builds market leadership in raised without antibiotics and organic value-added chicken.
CargillMeat starch portfolio expanded
USA, Minneapolis, MN. Three potato starches designed for meat, meat alternatives and culinary applications will be available worldwide.
ChangeEduardo Miron is the new CEO of Marfrig
BRAZIL, São Paulo. Miron, who was chief financial and investor relations officer, is replacing Martín Secco at the helm of the world’s second largest beef company.
MarelNew structure and leaders
ICELAND, Gardabaer. The company announced an organizational change where the commercial function is split into two new functions and new appointments to Marel’s Executive Team.
Pack Expo InternationalInnovation in action
USA, Chicago, Ill. The fair offers lots of possiblities to exchange ideas with peers and build professional relationships.
ProcessingGlobal slaughtering equipment market to grow
IRELAND, Dublin. Asia-Pacific region is projected to be the fastest-growing region in the global slaughtering equipment market.
PorkUncertainties threaten optimism in trade
THE NETHERLANDS, Amsterdam. Disease risks, trade disputes, and feed availability will create opportunities and challenges for the pork industry in the coming months.
World Meat CongressMinisters will discuss “Trusting in Trade.”
USA, Texas, Dallas. World Meat Congress to feature Argentine and Canadian Ag Ministers, leading economists, frontline trade negotiators.
CargillMillion investment in animal welfare
CANADA, London, Ontario. The company will install state-of-the-art chicken processing technology at its Canadian London, Ontario, plant.