Thanksgiving season has been described as boom time for the poultry business, especially turkeys. Companies like Hormel Foods Corporation (HRL), Butterball, LLC and Cargill Incorporated have traditionally experienced stronger sales during this period. 63 more words
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Please don’t buy Butterball turkeys!
Fatter Turkeys, Fatter Profits, Sicker People
It’s the most wonderful time of the year . . . for Butterball, the largest producer of holiday turkeys in the U.S. 227 more words
Cargill offers Global Scholars Program to talented, high performing university students who demonstrate exemplary academic achievement and leadership potential and study in a field relevant to Cargill’s world of food, agriculture and risk management. 10 more words
When you’re a big-name turkey titan like Butterball and use phrases like “plump and juicy” on your packaging, it’s problematic when your birds don’t grow to the heft you expect in time for Thanksgiving. 335 more words
Pink Slime Is Now Loving Called, "Lean Finely Textured Beef", Are You Kidding? WTF Is Wrong With The USDA!
During the spring of ’14, Cargill as well as BPI and Tyson Foods will start marketing “pink slime” as lean finely tendered beef products. The European Union and the UK have banned these products from their countries. 611 more words