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Réjean Nadeau, Olymel CEO: 'this project will enable us to achieve our objectives in terms of enhancing animal welfare'

Olymel to invest $14 million in processing plant

By Aidan Fortune

Canadian poultry processor Olymel has announced an investment of CA$14 million (m) to redevelop a section of its Berthierville poultry processing plant and install a new CO2 bird anaesthesia system.

Kraft Heinz has made a pledge to significantly improve broiler welfare by 2024

Kraft Heinz plans to improve broiler welfare

By Aidan Fortune

US food processor Kraft Heinz Company has announced plans to expand its current animal welfare commitments to include higher standards for treatment of broiler chickens in its domestic supply chain.

Profits for large white-feathered chickens to improve in 2017, said Pilgrim's Pride

Big chicken company reports first-quarter profit

By Oscar Rousseau

Pilgrim’s Pride, which claims to be the world’s second-largest chicken producer, made over $90m profit in the first quarter of 2017, down by a fifth year-on-year.

CEO Bill Lovette: Pilgrim's Pride will be a

Pilgrim’s Pride reports pre-tax profit drop

By Oscar Rousseau

Mexico’s second-largest poultry producer – US-owned Pilgrim’s Pride – has reported a fall in pre-tax profits for the first quarter of 2016 after a “challenging” winter.

Canada puts $600k into listeria testing

Canada puts $600k into listeria testing

By Carina Perkins

The Canadian government has announced a $600,000 project to improve testing for the bacteria behind the life-threatening food-borne illness listeriosis.

Cargill returns stronger Q3 profits

Cargill returns stronger Q3 profits

By Carina Perkins

US processor Cargill has bounced back after poor profits in the first six months of the year, reporting a strong performance in the third quarter.

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