Can Bumble Bee and Nestlé Hook the World on Fishless Fish?

June 18, 2021 Elsa Wenzel, GreenBiz

Buoyed by the success of red-meat mimics from the likes of Impossible Foods and Beyond Meat, a growing number of companies is angling to capture their share of the early market for animal-free seafood.

Pearls of Wisdom: Unhinging Facts About Oysters

“He was a bold man that first ate an oyster,” said 18th-century Irish satirist Jonathan Swift. Whether enjoyed fried, grilled, in a seafood gumbo or, perhaps most opinion dividing, raw, there is no denying the oyster’s impact on both Louisiana’s culture and seafood industry.

Cargill Joins U.S. CattleTrace Program With Aim to Develop a National Infrastructure For Disease Traceability

June 18, 2021 Cargill

Cargill, the global food, agricultural, financial and industrial products company, announced today that it has joined U.S. CattleTrace as an official packer member. Cargill is the second beef processor to invest in the effort formed by multiple state cattlemen’s organizations to develop a national infrastructure for animal disease traceability in the U.S. cattle industry.

USDA Expands Cooperative Interstate Shipment Program for Meat Processors to 9 States with Addition of South Dakota

June 18, 2021 USDA

Under the CIS agreement, the State of South Dakota may inspect meat in selected establishments for shipment throughout the United States.

New Dümmen Orange Heartland Lantana Series Will Be at the “Heart” of CAST 2021

June 18, 2021 Dümmen Orange

Dümmen Orange will be unveiling five beautiful colors in its new Heartland lantana series at CAST 2021. As the name might suggest, this series was designed to be the heart of the landscape. Bred from the same line as the award-winning Havana series, Heartland’s super-sized varieties have 30% more vigor for plants that fill out the landscape faster.