Beef Retail

USMEF expects Japan to ease beef restrictions by April 1

Bloomberg reports Japan is expected to allow U.S. beef from cattle aged 30 months and younger begging April 1. FULL STORY »

Holiday budgets impacted by soaring food prices

The holiday season may seem less merry for many consumers according to a new survey released this week. The survey, completed by Americas Research Group, found more than one-third of U.S. consumers expect to cut back on holiday spending due to rising food prices. FULL STORY »

Meat scientists work to enhance marbling in beef cattle

Several university researchers are collaborating to find ways to increase marbling in beef cattle without adding extra days on high-concentrate diets. FULL STORY »

Diners attracted to Taste of America promotion in Japan

Japanese customers savored restaurant dining created with quality American food ingredients as part of the first-ever “Taste of America” promotion hosted this month by the U.S. Agricultural Trade Office (ATO) in Tokyo. FULL STORY »

USMEF economist expects solid 4Q for U.S. meat exports

The U.S. dollar has recently strengthened against most foreign currencies. This can affect U.S. beef and pork exports, both in terms of both customer purchasing power in major export markets, and when priced against the currencies of major competitors such as Brazil, Australia and Canada. FULL STORY »

Turning Holsteins into finished beef steers Play video

Ben Fort manages Quien Sabe Feeders, a Texas Panhandle feedyard specializing in Holstein steers. He describes the some of the operation’s methods for maximizing Holstein performance and carcass value. FULL STORY »

USMEF distinguished service award to Cargill’s Troutman

A third-generation meat industry veteran with more than 36 years experience, Edward (Eddie) Troutman, the U.S. Meat Export Federation’s Distinguished Service Award winner for 2011, began his indoctrination to the industry at age 12, working for $1 per hour. FULL STORY »

Spotlight on EU quota allocations

During a recent agricultural trade mission to Germany, Agriculture and Agri-Food Minister Gerry Ritz met with German Agriculture Minister Ilse Aigner. FULL STORY »

McDonald's net income rises 9 pct

McDonald's Corp. on Friday said its third-quarter net income rose by 9 percent to $1.51 billion, its ninth straight quarter of earnings gains. FULL STORY »

New technology increases consistency, efficiency grading beef

The USDA Choice and USDA Prime grade shields are highly regarded, both domestically and internationally, as symbols of high-quality American beef. FULL STORY »

Certified Angus Beef sets new records

Certified Angus Beef LLC, for the fifth consecutive year, reported record sales for its signature brand of beef, with nine out of 12 months in fiscal 2011 hitting new heights. FULL STORY »

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