Beef Retail

China's inflation falls on lower food cost rise

China's stubbornly high inflation fell in October, giving Beijing room to stimulate the world's No. 2 economy amid weak U.S. and European growth. FULL STORY »

Smaller corn harvest could keep food prices high

The government slightly reduced its estimate for next year's corn supply, a move that could keep food prices high for most consumers. FULL STORY »

CME: How Wal-Mart's grade change affects the beef sector

Wal-Mart’s recent announcement that it will begin carrying Choice grade beef in all of its 3800 U.S. stores will yet again change some key dynamics in the beef sector. FULL STORY »

Wendy's 3rd-quarter loss widens

Wendy's third-quarter loss widened as the fast-food company paid off costs related to selling the Arby's chain. FULL STORY »

McDonald's October revenue figure rises

McDonald's Corp. said Tuesday that a key revenue figure rose 5.5 percent in October, fueled by sales in China and other foreign markets and the popularity of its Monopoly game in the U.S. FULL STORY »

Hidden nutrition in your cheeseburger

You might be surprised to find out that when you bite into a delicious cheeseburger you’ll be getting a little something extra…nutrients! FULL STORY »

Korea-U.S. International Summit: Focus on future beef demand

Producing high-quality beef and meeting future global demand was the focus of the 4th Korea-U.S. International Joint Symposium held recently at Texas A&M University in College Station. FULL STORY »

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 »

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