Meat Industry Insights Newsletter by Stevens Publishing Company

November 2002

021135 Farmland Announces $346.7M Loss in 2002
021134 What's in Your Food Other Than Food?
021133 Buffett Denies Possible Burger King Buy
021132 Earnings for Hormel Fall Slightly In Q4
021131 Burger King Deal Inching Closer to Finish
021130 Famous Uncle Al's Hot Dogs Franchise Unveiled
021129 Hormel Employees Receive Profit Sharing
021128 Philippines Bans Australian Beef on Anthrax Scare
021127 Doctors Speak Out Against the Atkins Diet
021126 Colorado Plant Reopens After Recall
021125 Consumer Prices Rise Modest 0.3% In October
021124 USDA to Check Surfaces at Plants For Listeria
021123 Beef Plant Shut Due to Contamination
021122 Diageo Faces Cut-Price Burger King Sale
021121 Red Meat Increases Risk of Colorectal Cancer
021120 Wholesale Prices Jump 1.1%
021119 Stay Granted to Continue Pork Checkoff
021118 Hormel "Comfortable" With 4Q Estimate
021117 Poultry Plants Reopen After Shutdowns
021116 Smithfield Buys Hog Co. for $60.7M
021115 Red Meat Increases Risk of Colorectal Cancer
021114 Jack in the Box Fourth-Quarter Net Falls
021113 Hardee's Introduces Big Chicken Fillet
021112 Bridgford Foods Announces Cash Dividend
021111 Tyson Earnings Rise, Helped by IBP
021110 Analysts Wary of McDonald's Shakeup
021109 McDonald's to Close 175 Restaurants
021108 Online Cattle Auctions Catching On
021107 Nebraska Firm Recalls Beef Due to E. Coli
021106 Diageo May Cancel Sale of Burger King
021105 Wendy's Tightens Forecast for 2002
021104 Kosher: It's Not Just Chopped Liver
021103 Hannaford Sell Irradiated Ground Beef in NE
021102 Listeria Link Puzzles Investigators
 021101 USDA Checks Two More Meat Plants for Listeria

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