WTO Raps U.S. Ban On Chinese Chicken Imports

September 30, 2010 Joanathan Lynn, Reuters

U.S. measures that effectively banned imports of Chinese cooked chicken broke international trade rules and caused injury to China’s economy, a World Trade Organization dispute panel said on Wednesday.

At Bellevue’s Bill The Butcher, It’s Always Meat And Greet

When Dr. Mark Adams of the health and wellness company, Onvo, needs to jump start a new program for a client, he doesn’t send them off with a list of tasteless diet foods to buy. Instead, he writes a prescription for grass fed, grass finished meat and sends them next door to Bill the Butcher.

Animal-Welfare News Sways Meat Consumers

September 30, 2010 United Press International

News coverage of animal-welfare issues causes U.S. consumers to cut back on meat purchases and spend their money instead on non-meat items, a study indicated.

National Hot Dog & Sausage Council Rings In National Sausage Month

September 30, 2010 American Meat Institute

Whether your preference is bratwurst or beerwurst, Polish or Italian, pork or turkey, there is no better time to reacquaint yourself with your favorite sausage or to familiarize yourself with a few new ones than National Sausage Month, held every year in October.

Overhill Farms Signs $30 Million Credit Facility With Bank of America

September 30, 2010 Overhill Farms

Overhill Farms, Inc. today announced that it has executed a $30 million three-year senior secured revolving credit facility with Bank of America, N.A.