Smithfield Foods

The fake Smithfield boss told the Fox News host that factory farms are “petri dishes for new diseases.”
Neighbors of an industrial farm sued over conditions including horrible smells from open-air pig waste lagoons.
Regulators also hit the meatpacking giant's temp staffing firm with another $40,000 in violations.
The federal government issued a rare citation against the meatpacking company that had one of the worst outbreaks in the country.
About 67 Smithfield workers a day were contracting the virus at the peak of the outbreak, the CDC found.
The administration is "throwing blue-collar workers under the bus" to protect meat-processing giants, labor advocates say.
Smithfield Foods' CEO warned of potential meat shortages as he agreed to indefinitely close a giant South Dakota pork processing facility.
The Iowa congressman is facing a backlash after spouting racist rhetoric to a far-right Austrian propaganda site.
New legislation in North Carolina has placed pressure on the Food and Drug Administration to review their rules regarding the labeling of milk and limits the ability of residents to hold big-ag operations accountable for pollution.
The North Carolina farms "generate many times more sewage than entire towns."
Trump cares about his job and the development of his infrastructure.
Pigs have long been a tantalizing source of transplants because their organs are so similar to humans.
When asked about the reward, Chief Financial Officer Guo Lijun said on Monday it would have no impact on WH Group's operations
I'm making a prediction: America will be vegan by 2050. Sound preposterous? Not if we work together to make it happen.
Will Shuanghui stand up to the challenge and lead this industry into a clean future? Only time will tell - but the clock is ticking!
"We will comply with the applicable Spanish decrees on this matter," said a spokesperson for Shuanghui International. "After
So, what does the scarceonomics of food, water, energy, and other critical commodities mean for governments, economies, investors, and consumers? If we apply some lessons learned and a little ingenuity, the prospects could be positive.
If Democrats wish to vent their frustration with Schumer and a two-party system controlled by corporate interests like factory farms and prison companies, they're more than welcome to defect to the Green Party.