Category: Gate to Plate

Have you budgeted for your supply chain animal welfare audit?

It’s important for those in retail, food service and restaurant chains to protect your brand by doing an internal animal welfare audit of your perishable animal proteins. It is a management risk when a new video appears on TV and … Read More

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Tracking Antibiotics, Steroids and other Growth Promoters in Meat

The use of livestock growth promoters in animal agriculture continues to be a hot topic.  Their use has been shown to improve food availability. However, right or wrong, there is growing consumer awareness of livestock growth promoters being associated with … Read More

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Traceability to Avoid Recalls

Salmonella in chicken has been all over the news in recent weeks and has resulted in illness, product recalls, product withdrawals, brand damage and large economic loss for suppliers and retailers.  As is common, fingers are being pointed in multiple … Read More

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Humane Handling is a Critical Concern to Track

Humane animal handling is a critical concern to all parties involved in the animal agriculture supply chain, including farmers/ranchers, transporters, processors, retailers and the end consumer.  Humane handling is the right thing to do and is an important part of risk … Read More

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