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Pilgrim’s Pride QII results
USA, Greeley, Col. The company reports net sales of $2.84 bn., GAAP operating income of $185 mill. and GAAP EPS of $0.43 for the second quarter of 2018. Excluding one-time items, adjusted operating income of $212 mill.
US May exports shatter value record
USA, Washington. US beef exports set a new value record in May while also increasing significantly year-over-year in volume.
Company to expand Nashville facility
USA, Nashville, Tennessee. Cargill Protein invests $146 mill. in Nashville to give customers expanded protein options.
Strong momentum continues for red meat exports
USA, Denver, Colorado. Pork and beef export increased significantly.
Operating income for the first Quarter reported
USA, Greeley, Colorado. Company archieved net income of $93.9 mill.
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Burger King's results better than expected
CANADA, Oakville. Restaurant chain presents balance Q3 2016.
USA surpassed pre-epidemic levels
USA, Washington, D.C. USDA gives an overview about economical development of the U.S. beef exports.
U.S. Beef Exports will go to Brazil again
USA, Washington. USDA announces reopening of Brazilian market.
U.S. consumers hooked on health benefits of fish
USA, Minneapolis. Cargill survey finds that consumers prefer fish over fish oil supplements.
Profits rose while revenues declined
USA, Wayzata Company reports third-quarter fiscal 2016 earnings.
U.S. pork and beef exports increase pace in March
USA, Denver The pace of U.S. beef and pork exports increased sharply in March, driven by double-digit increases to leading markets Mexico, the China/Hong Kong region and South Korea, according to statistics released by the USDA and compiled by the U.S. Meat Export Federation (USMEF).
U.S. meat export results in March were mixed
USA, Denver March exports of U.S. beef were down in volume from a year ago but edged slightly higher in value, while pork exports slumped on lower results in several mainstay markets.
Evidence of banned antibiotics in poultry
USA, Baltimore In a joint study, researchers at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and Arizona State University found evidence suggesting that a class of antibiotics previously banned by the U.S. government for poultry production is still in use.
U.S. Beef distributor recalls raw and ready-to-eat sausage
WASHINGTON fleischwirtschaft.com - WASHINGTON. Chicago Boxed Beef Distributors Inc., a Shorewood, Ill., establishment is recalling approximately 3,200 pounds of raw and ready-to-eat sausage products that were not handled in a manner to prevent cross contamination between raw and ready-to-eat products.
USMEF announces expanded South Korea initiative
WASHINGTON, DC fleischwirtschaft.com - WASHINGTON, DC. The U.S. Meat Export Federation (USMEF) announced an enhanced initiative to address the impact of non-science-based import regulations on U.S. beef exports to South Korea and help regain what was once the No. 3 export market for the U.S. beef industry.
U.S. meat exports grow in volume and value
WASHINGTON, DC fleischwirtschaft.com - WASHINGTON, DC. The positive trend for U.S. beef and pork exports continued in February, with an increasingly large portion of total U.S. production going to international customers while returning more revenue to America's red meat industry, according to statistics compiled by the U.S. Meat Export Federation (USMEF).
USMEF: Japan has increased need for imported meat
WASHINGTON, DC fleischwirtschaft.com - WASHINGTON, DC. In the immediate aftermath of Japan's earthquake/tsunami disaster, many observers speculated that U.S. meat exports to Japan would decline significantly. But as U.S. Meat Export Federation (USMEF) President and CEO Philip Seng explains in an audio report, the vast majority of Japan's population has not been displaced, and their demand for U.S. beef and pork should not be adversely affected.
U.S. pork, beef exports off to solid start in 2011
WASHINGTON, DC fleischwirtschaft.com - WASHINGTON, DC. January exports of U.S. pork and beef were well above year-ago levels, though both took a step back from the totals recorded in the previous month, according to statistics compiled by the U.S. Meat Export Federation (USMEF).
Poultry to exceed red meat
WASHINGTON, D C. In its "Agricultural Projections to 2020" USDA is predicting that the consumption of poultry will exceed consumption of red meat for the first time in the year 2018.