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The canned pork and chicken products were produced in February and distributed across the country.
When an old food giant buys a hip, healthy startup, who changes whom?
The video showed workers at the Austin, Minnesota plant beating, dragging and slitting the throats of live animals.
Undercover video recorded by an animal rights activist at one of the largest U.S. pork producers appears to show pigs being beaten and dragged across the slaughterhouse floor as workers cheer and throw blood-soaked towels at one another.
Pigs that appear covered with feces and sores are headed for processing in the video at one of the largest U.S. pork producers.
It's not the day for PB&J.
Rick Williamson, manager of external communications for Hormel, told The Huffington Post that the small pieces of dried Spam
With the market for organic and natural foods growing larger and more lucrative every day, this will surely not be the last
Americans love pork. But they'd probably think twice about biting into that slice of bacon or Spam sandwich if they knew about the U.S. Department of Agriculture's high-speed slaughter program.
There's really only one worth trying. Sigh.