Top 10 news stories for July
Aug. 2, 2017
by MEAT+POULTRY Staff
Officials confirm 60 cases in Chipotle illness outbreak
The restaurant in Sterling, Virginia, reopened following a complete sanitization.
USDA develops food safety tool for meat inspectors
The device is one of many innovations developed by the agency.
OK Foods to acquire Albertville Quality Foods
AQF sells further processed and value-added products.
IFT Report: Plant-based and meat-based proteins face off
Plant-based substitutes aren’t just for vegetarians, according to a recent study.
Plant Tour: Miller Poultry
The company embraces teamwork and dedication to the extreme
Amazon files for meal kit trademark
The retailer already sells meal kits by Tyson Foods and Martha Stewart.
Prestage plant construction moving forward
Company official says $285M facility is projected to open in late 2018.
Possible extraneous material causes hot dog recall
Marathon Enterprises is recalling over 7 million lbs. of hot dog products.
McDonald’s CEO provides details on fresh beef conversion
With a goal of transitioning to the new format in about one year, Easterbrook says restaurants and suppliers are making adjustments
Tyson Foods prevails in trademark dispute
A federal judge dismisses an appeal of a ruling rejecting the lawsuit filed by Parks.