21:25PM Apr 13, 2020

Cargill’s High River, Alta., Beef Plant Slows To One Shift

Greg Henderson
Editorial Director

Cargill’s High River, Alta., beef harvest facility has slowed to one shift beginning this week to prioritize the health and safety of employees, reducing harvest to about 1,500 head per

08:51AM Apr 08, 2020

COVID-19: Cargill Closes Pennsylvania Plant

Greg Henderson
Editorial Director

Cargill has closed its processing plant in Hazelton, PA, which employs 900 workers, indicating it will reopen when "it is safe" to do so.

Glass of milk
14:57PM Nov 22, 2019

Opinion: DFA Has 173 Million Reasons to Acquire Dean Foods Assets

Anna-Lisa Laca
Online and Business Editor

Bankruptcy documents reveal the dairy processor owes DFA $173 million

09:38AM Nov 18, 2019

Marfrig Raises Stake In National Beef

Greg Henderson
Editorial Director

Jeffries Financial Group announced it has entered into a definitive agreement to sell its remaining 31% interest in National Beef to Marfrig Global Foods SA.

13:14PM Sep 26, 2019

Men Charged In Scheme to Relabel 'Choice' Beef As 'Prime'

Greg Henderson
Editorial Director

Two Brooklyn meat wholesalers were charged this week for allegedly using counterfeit USDA stamps to misbrand “Choice” grade beef as higher-quality “Prime” and inflate the price.

13:51PM Sep 11, 2019

July U.S. Beef Exports Increase 1%

AgWeb Contributor

South Korea continues to be the growth pacesetter for U.S. beef exports, as July volume reached 25,104 mt, or 6% higher compared to last year.

13:19PM Sep 11, 2019

Novameat Plans To Print Fake Steak

Greg Henderson
Editorial Director

Investors rushing to join the fake meat business is not necessarily newsworthy, until you learn Novameat is developing equipment capable of 3D printing meatless “steaks.”