Beef Retail

CME Group: Good news and bad news for the restaurant industry

To be in the restaurant business you have to be an optimist. During the recession, restaurant operators were mostly upbeat about future business prospects even as actual conditions remained very negative. FULL STORY »

LivingSocial to run national meal deal with McDonald's

LivingSocial Inc is set to run a national discount offer with McDonald's Corp as the second-largest daily-deals company moves to catch larger rival Groupon Inc. FULL STORY »

Restaurants face dramatically higher beef costs in 2012

Restaurants and others in the foodservice business face “dramatically” higher beef costs in 2012 amid shrinking cattle inventories and the prospect for strong exports, according to a report by BB&T Capital Markets analyst Heather Jones. FULL STORY »

Growing demand for food being met by larger commercial farms

Without a significant change in the number of US farms, productivity has increased substantially over the past three decades. But how has that occurred. After studying the agricultural census since 1987, USDA economists have determined the secret lies in who is producing and how it is being produced. FULL STORY »

MythCrushers address processed meat myths Play video

The American Meat Science Association (AMSA) joined the American Meat Institute (AMI) today to launch the third installment of seven new myth-crushing videos. The new video sets the record straight about myths associated with processed meats. FULL STORY »

WTO ruling on US meat law to benefit Canada-source

Canada can expect ''significant positive news'' on Friday from a World Trade Organization ruling about a U.S. meat labeling law, Canadian government sources said Thursday. FULL STORY »

USMEF’s branded products promotion to begin new fiscal year

While brand names are of increasing importance to global consumers looking for quality and consistency, small companies often have an uphill battle promoting their brand names to international buyers. FULL STORY »

Cattle Outlook: USDA reduces 2012 meat production by 5 percent

USDA's November crop report lowered their estimate of the 2011 corn crop yield by 1.4 bushels to 146.7 bushels per acre. FULL STORY »

Wendy's plans to recover from Arby's sale with 'fast casual' line

Wendy's new CEO on Wednesday laid out his action plan for re-energizing the fast-food chain against the backdrop of a quarterly loss driven by costs related to the recent sale of Arby's. FULL STORY »

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 »

Prev 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next

HPX 4x4 Diesel

Not only is the Gator HPX 4x4 the fastest choice in the John Deere Work Utility Vehicle line-up (with a top ... Read More

View all Products in this segment

View All Buyers Guides

Feedback Form
Leads to Insight