Meat Industry Insights Newsletter by Stevens Publishing Company


980164 Meat Industry Continues Food Safety Efforts
980163 IBP Announces 1997 Results
980162 Witnesses Say Oprah Cost Beef Industry $10 Mln
980161 Hong Kong Fears 111 Infected in "Mad Cow" Scare
980160 Natural Chicken Processors Take Lead in Testing Ozone
980159 Pork Producers Ask Glickman to Help Reverse Hog Prices
980158 Tyson Foods, Inc. Reports First Quarter Results
980157 U.S Official Attacks EU Food Rules
980156 Hong Kong To End Chicken Import Ban; Flu Eases
980155 Thorn Apple Valley Reports FY98 2nd-Qtr Results
980154 New Technology Uses Ozone to Disinfect Water for Poultry
980153 US Insists EU Must Drop Beef Hormone Ban Quickly
980152 US Poultry Group Near Selecting Russian Partner
980151 McDonald's Israel Adopts Burger King-Like Cooking
980150 Nader: Suit Against Oprah Frivolous
980149 Rymer Foods Inc. Announces 1997 Fiscal Year Results
980148 Sara Lee Posts $1.3 Billion Restructuring Loss
980147 NPC International, Inc. Announces Third Quarter Earnings
980146 Food Dealers of Michigan Reveal Top Food Trends For 1998
980145 Kroger Segments Improve From Logistics
980144 USDA's Glickman Calls For Wider Food Safety Powers
980143 Tyson Working With USDA To Reopen Plant
980142 Oprah Winfrey & Cattlemen Face High Plains Showdown
980141 Asia Woes Dim Prospects for U.S. Meat Exports
980140 U.S. Scrap Over WTO Beef Hormone Ruling
980139 "Vegetarian Alternative" to Diet Pyramid
980138 Ball Park Franks Asks: What's Your Favorite Football Food?
980137 Harvest Restaurant Signs Letter to Acquire 80% of Red Line
980136 Consumers Warned Against Door-ro-Door "Discount" Meats
980135 Model of "Bird Flu" Virus Offers Vaccine Hope
980134 Wendy's Thomas Takes to the Ice with USA Hockey Greats
980133 ConAgra Acquires Zoll Foods
980132 Red Oak Hereford Farms Hopes to Raise Capital
980131 CFTC Extends Comment Period on Electronic Exchange
980130 McDonald's Bold "29/39" Value Offers Incredible Savings
980129 New Meat Plant Rules Proposed
980128 Beef Rebounds After Tainting Scare
980127 Hog Prices Plummet
980126 Tyson Foods to Pay $6 Million Fine For Gifts to Espy
980125 Study Shows Some Fat Reduces Breast Cancer Risk
980124 Winfrey Taping Show in Amarillo While Defending Lawsuit
980123 Beef Retail Prices Will Remain Steady in 1998; Beef Still #1
980122 Beef Moving from Commodity Driven to Consumer Focused
980121 CFP Holdings plans to buy beef processing company
980120 IBP to Close Minn. Beef Plant in March
980119 Smithfield Foods, Inc. Acquires Mohawk Packing Co.
980118 Tyson Holds Annual Meeting; Completes Hudson Merger
980117 Economic Crisis Spurs Indonesian Food Buying
980116 European Union and U.S. Air Farm Trade Positions
980115 Continental Grain Taking Stake in Premium Standard Farms
980114 Alcide Corporation Announces USDA Approval of Sanova
980113 N.J. Company Recalls 30,000 Pounds of Sausage
980112 Rally's Announces Intent to Purchase Checkers Stock
980111 Human Spread of Bird Flu Said Unlikely
980110 Boston Market To Launch New Casserole on Network TV
980109 Koo Koo Roo, Inc. Finishes 1997 Strong
980108 Hudson Foods Fined For Safety Violations
980107 Tyson Says Plea Lets It Keep Govt Business
980106 US Poultry Group Moves To Shore Up Hong Kong Sales
980105 Hong Kong Disinfects Farms, Poultry Stalls
980104 Schneider Slides As Board Demurs On Bid
980103 Average Prices Paid to U.S. Farmers Fall
980102 New Test Screens For "Mad Cow" Disease
980101 Clinton to Boost US Food Safety Funding - Report

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