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WASHINGTON — The North American Meat Institute and FMI, the Food Industry Association, on Jan. 12 made the difficult decision to cancel the 2022 Annual Meat Conference out of respect for the health of our communities and due to the attention and consideration our respective members are putti…

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BIRMINGHAM, Ohio — Bettcher Industries Inc., a leading manufacturer and supplier of food processing equipment and associated aftermarket parts and services, has announced that its acquisition by KKR, a leading global private equity firm, is complete.

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ATHENS, Ga. — The University of Georgia International Poultry Short Course provides a comprehensive overview of modern poultry production. It is intended for those individuals that have limited knowledge of poultry as well as those that might have considerable experience in one area of poult…

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SILOAM SPRINGS, Ark. — Cobb-Vantress, a wholly owned subsidiary of Tyson Foods, has announced the appointment of Joyce J. Lee, a leader in the animal health industry, as its new president. Lee joins Cobb after serving as executive vice president and president of the $1.5 billion U.S. Pet Hea…

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DENVER — The U.S. economy is poised to slow in 2022 relative to 2021, but economic growth will continue at a pace that is well above average. Consumers have powered the economic recovery since mid-2020 and that will continue in the coming year. Consumer spending is expected to rise another 4…

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The first mention of a crystal ball was by the Roman philosopher Pliny the Elder when he described how the Celtic Druids practiced divination. Since then, folklore has described the crystal ball as a powerful tool to peer into the future, to see mysteries associated with the past, or to see …

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 GREELEY, Colo. — Pilgrim’s Pride Corp. has announced that it has entered into a plea agreement with the United States Department of Justice Antitrust Division in respect to its investigation into the sales of broiler chicken products in the United States.

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SPRINGDALE, Ark. — Tyson Foods Inc. has donated more food during the past year than ever in its 85-year history, the company announced. More than 30 million pounds, or the equivalent of 120 million meals, were donated by the company during the last 12 months to fight hunger.