It may seem counter-intuitive to some people, but washing your chicken can actually lead to an increased risk of illness.
Michael Hirtzer –Mon., May 10, 2021, 5:34 p.m.·3 min read Tyson Foods Inc. warned it’s struggling to meet rebounding chicken demand because of a worker shortage and slow hatchings, even as a strong beef market will boost overall sales. The biggest U.S. meat company is seeing robust demand as the world […]
Hong Kong has suspended imports of poultry meat and poultry products from additional areas of the United Kingdom and Germany on bird flu fears.
USDA’s latest cold storage report shows the animal protein supply chain still struggling with the impacts of COVID-19. At the end of February, total cold storage stocks of meat and poultry (excluding duck) came in at 2.12 billion pounds, approximately 330 million pounds, or 13%, below a year ago.
China is stepping up coronavirus inspections on imported food packaging after it linked several cases to refrigerated and frozen products.
Producers of everything from beef to chicken are looking to prevent the sort of disruption that shut several plants during the spring.
You’ve noticed it. Beef prices up. Chicken prices up. A month ago, they were selling all sorts of make-shift packages of chicken by the bulk, if you could even find it. The coronavirus pandemic has taken a hammer to the U.S. food supply, if not the world’s.
To ensure global traceability of its products utilizing blockchain technology, Cargill is launching three new chicken products to customers in China.
Chinese authorities are facing a fresh disease outbreak – this one mostly affecting animals – but also potentially deadly among people.
The U.S. will push hard to include politically sensitive subjects such as chemical-washed chicken in a transatlantic trade deal with the EU, President Trump’s secretary of Agriculture has insisted.