Meat Industry Insights Newsletter by Stevens Publishing Company

July 2001

010735 Sealed Air Earnings Fall On Supply Disruption
010734 Dial Corp. Rose To $15.05
010733 USDA Proposal for Labeling Criticized
010732 Smithfield Buying Gorges/Quik-To-Fix
010731 Corn Climbs on Crop Concerns
010730 USDA Awards $25 Million in Food Relief
010729 Hormel To Sell Processing Equipment Unit
010728 McDonald's Posts Second-Quarter Earnings
010727 Beef Promotion Program Challenged
010726 Sara Lee Recalls Packaged Lunch Meats
010725 Bush Nominates Food Safety Chief
010724 Schneider Corp -- Fiscal 2001 Report
010723 Bob Evans to Build New Distr. Center
010722 Mad Cow Concerns Hurt Burger King Sales
010721 Farmland Reports Results for 3rd Quarter
010720 McDonald's Names Chief Financial Officer
010719 Anthrax Threatening Texas Cattle
010718 Wendy's Sees Rise In Q2, Lower Year
010717 Tyson Sued by Sellers of IBP
010716 Casual Restaurants Seen Beating Rising Costs
010715 Farmland Plant Damaged by Fire
010714 USDA Errors Cost Cattlemen $25 Million
010713 Two from IBP Will Join Tyson Board
010712 Tyson & IBP Agree to Terms on Merger
010711 Actor Arrested at Virginia PETA Protest
010710 Brazil Denies Halting Beef Imports
010709 Bob Evans Same-Store Sales Increase
010708 McDonald's Sued for Maggot-Infested Burger
010707 First Case of Mad Cow Disease Hits Greece
010706 WHO: Global Food Safety Rules Needed
010705 Gelatin Process Cuts Mad Cow Infectiousness
010704 Webvan: Once the Hunter, Now the Prey?
010703 ConAgra Foods Reverses 4th-Quarter Loss
010702 Burger King Sets New Animal Care Standard
010701 Smithfield to Try Large-Scale Brand Marketing

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