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14:30PM Nov 21, 2019

Will Ham Prices Make Consumers Think Twice?

Jennifer Shike
AgWeb Contributor
As the holidays approach, will consumers planning to serve up a Thanksgiving or Christmas ham think twice due to price?
15:46PM Nov 19, 2019

USMEF Audio Report: Protests in Hong Kong Weigh on City's Economy

AgWeb Contributor
At the recent USMEF Strategic Planning Conference, Joel Haggard, USMEF senior vice president for the Asia Pacific, reported on the situation in Hong Kong, where large street protests have been
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15:52PM Nov 14, 2019

Dining Out: Busting Common Pork Myths

Katie James
AgWeb Contributor
In its Insight into Action newsletter the Pork Checkoff compiled common myths that they hear from restaurant operators about pork and why they don’t utilize it as much as they
11:52AM Nov 14, 2019

What You Need to Know About Reports of a Looming 2020 Bacon Shortage

Adam Russell
AgWeb Contributor
Amid popular reports of a possible bacon shortage, many consumers wonder what the future holds for their favorite cut of pork.
13:26PM Nov 13, 2019

Entries Coming in for Best Beards in the Pork Industry Contest

Katie James
AgWeb Contributor
Whether it’s for No Shave November, to help keep warm on cold winter days, or simply because they enjoy being a beardsman, entries are coming in for Farm Journal’s PORK’s
13:57PM Nov 12, 2019

Workplace Injury Rate Lowest Ever in U.S. Packing Plants

Greg Henderson
Editorial Director
Workplace injuries in American meat and poultry processing and packing facilities has reached an all-time low, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
08:40AM Nov 07, 2019

China Commits to $100-Million Pork Purchase from Danish Crown

Jennifer Shike
AgWeb Contributor
To help ease its domestic pork shortage, China’s state-owned agriculture conglomerate COFCO has agreed to buy $100 million of pork from European pork producer Danish Crown in 2020.