Joyce Farms Receives Coveted AA+ Rating, the Highest Accolade, in Latest BRC Food Safety Audit

February 22, 2024 Joyce Farms

Joyce Farms, a leading provider of specialty meat and poultry products, proudly announces its achievement of an AA+ rating in their latest BRC (British Retail Consortium) food safety audit conducted in January 2024. The AA+ rating is the highest possible score, affirming Joyce Farms’ unwavering commitment to excellence in food safety and quality.

Beyond Meat Unveils Its Beyond IV Platform, the Fourth Generation of the Beyond Burger and Beyond Beef, With Significant Advancements Across Taste, Health and Clean Label

February 21, 2024 Beyond Meat

Beyond Meat, Inc., a leader in plant-based meat, announced the fourth generation of its core beef platform, Beyond IV, resulting in the unveiling of the company’s new Beyond Burger® and Beyond Beef® exclusively at retail.

National Beef Quality Audit Continues to Pay Dividends for the Beef Industry

Established in 1991 and funded by the Beef Checkoff, the National Beef Quality Audit (NBQA) helps the beef industry discover what it needs to change to improve the perception of its products. Conducted every five years, the NBQA identifies what “quality” and “value” mean to different beef industry sectors and consumers.

New Plant Manager Karl Diver to Lead at Jack Link’s Perry, Georgia Manufacturing Facility

February 20, 2024 Jack Link's

Jack Link’s Protein Snacks, a global meat snack company, today announced an important new hire at the Perry, Georgia facility. Bringing more than a decade of experience in food manufacturing, Karl Diver will help oversee ongoing construction and advance operational readiness of the Jack Link’s site due to open mid-2025. Diver started his role on January 15, and reports directly to vice president of operations, Troy Allen.

Government of Canada Announces Investment to Further Strengthen Canada’s Position in the Global Pork Sector

Canada’s pork industry is an economic powerhouse, employing tens of thousands of Canadians and contributing billions to Canada’s GDP. As the global demand for pork continues to increase, producers need access to the latest research and technologies to ensure they can get their high-quality products to grocery store shelves in Canada and around the world.