Press reports indicate that program guidelines on the trade assistance package could be issued by next week. Meanwhile, business news articles and USDA data continue to shed light on agricultural export variables.
Interest in romaine increased in mid-August as iceberg prices rose due to supply issues — an about-face from the situation earlier this year when romaine demand dropped following an E. coli outbreak.
Hundreds of produce operators received scam emails in mid-August purporting to seek payment for U.S. Department of Agriculture Perishable Agricultural Commodities Act license renewals.
Tyson Fresh Meats becomes the first beef processor to license the Progressive Beef™ program, a cattle management and sustainability program for feedlot operators.
An expansion to a Texas Panhandle packing plant will add 800 more head per day in slaughter capacity, primarily for cull cow and bull processing.
Food trends can change on a dime. While BBQ will never go out of style, the popularity of Instant Pots and changing food technology can spark new ways for consumers to eat more meat.
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