OAKWOOD, Ga. – Kevin McDaniel was named vice president and general manager of Wayne Farms LLC’s fresh business unit.
The top 20 U.S. egg producers - according to data from Egg Industry's Top Egg Company Survey, which is part of WATT Global Media's database on the world's leading broiler, turkey and egg producers - are ranked according to the size of their layer flocks at the end of 2018.
ASSUMPTION, IL – Three new technologies for improved efficiency and performance in poultry production environments are being introduced by Cumberland Poultry at the 2019 International Production & Processing Expo Feb. 12-14 in Atlanta.
With an increasing demand for cut-up and tray-packed poultry and as global demand for convenient, ready-to-cook, packaged chicken pieces increases, processors have been investing in new technology to make the process easier and more efficient.
Tuscaloosa, Ala.-based Peco Foods announces that Tuscaloosa Plant Manager Tim Daniel will retire in March after 25 years with the company. Clarence Lumpkin has been named the new Tuscaloosa plant manager.
The meat industry's labor shotage is an onslaught by many conspirators, and a problem that will require many approaches. This is the fourth in a series of articles exploring labor issues in the meat industry.
PSSI, one of the largest contract sanitation providers across the USDA, FDA and CFIA food processing industries, today unveiled a new logo and website as part of a larger strategy to broaden the company’s position and brand as the leading food safety solutions company.
Faster, but how much faster? Pushing production to maximum efficiency while maintaining food safety and worker safety begs that question. When it comes to answering it, not surprisingly, there is a difference of opinion.
Poultry is the fastest-growing protein worldwide, positioning it to soon become the world's most widely consumed meat. In its annual "Global Animal Protein Outlook" report, Rabobank predicts overall 2019 global production of poultry, pork and beef will grow by roughly 1 million tons, which is "well below the five-year average," according to the report. However the poultry sector is expected to see strong growth in key markets.
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