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USDA Offers Pork Companies a New Inspection Plan

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) recently implemented new federal inspection rules that allow pork slaughterhouses to run their production more efficiently and decrease the number of USDA inspectors on their lines. Past processes required pork producers to have multiple USDA inspectors looking at each part of the pig, including the heads, viscera, and […]

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How Tri-Mach’s Laser Cutting Can Boost Your Operation.

Ensuring zero contamination in our manufacturing process remains a top priority and we know it’s yours, too. That’s why we are proud to use the 6KW Trumpf TruLaser 3030 within our non-ferrous facility to mitigate any risk of contamination.  With an array of laser cutting services at your fingertips, your next solution can be something […]

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Canadian Government Provides $8.3 Million Investment to Beef Producers

Canadian Government Provides $8.3 Million Investment to Beef Producers

The minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food recently announced an investment of $8.3 million to help beef producers become more competitive and innovative in the market. Through six projects, Canadian beef producers will be able to develop and strengthen international sales, while ensuring the highest standards and animal welfare are used. $5.3 million of the investment […]

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Ontario Agriculture and Agri-Food Sector Equipment Grants

The Canadian Agricultural Partnership is offering equipment grants up to 25% (up to a maximum of $200,000) for increasing sustainability, competitiveness, and success in Ontario’s agriculture and agri-food sector. This funding is provided for projects that support plant/animal health, food safety/traceability, increased productivity, market development, and business planning/assessments. Some companies eligible for this grant include: […]

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Project Spotlight – Matt & Steve’s

Matt and Steve’s is a food manufacturer based out of Mississauga, Ontario, most well known for their ‘Extreme Bean’ Caesar garnish. Their unique product line of all natural pickled beans, asparagus, olives, and more, are popular across North America as not only a drink garnish, but also used in recipes and eaten right out of […]

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Tyson Unveils DNA Technology for Tracing Beef Products

Tyson Unveils DNA Technology for Tracing Beef Products

Tyson Fresh Meats recently announced their collaboration with IdentiGEN to create a DNA system for tracking beef products back to their origin. This DNA technology, titled TraceBack, will assure that customer’s ‘Tyson’s Open Prairie Natural Angus Beef’ has no antibiotics and no added hormones, as specified on the packaging. Tyson states the purpose of this […]

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Introducing Beyond Meat’s Newest Product: Beyond Beef

Introducing Beyond Meat’s Newest Product: Beyond Beef

  Beyond Meat has become a popular brand in past years, with their products now in 33,000 grocery stores, restaurants, hotels,and more across North America. Since conception, the company has been continually researching into new forms of alternative protein which have similar qualities and health benefits to real meat. Most recently Beyond Meat previewed their […]

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Inspecto Creates Device to Streamline Food Contaminant Testing

Inspecto Creates Device to Streamline Food Contaminant Testing

The current process of testing food for contaminants can be a difficult and time consuming process, often forcing companies to send products across countries for testing. The test itself is a very complex procedure, involving various chemists conducting up to two weeks of hard work to extract the data. In order to improve this process, […]

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Canadian Agricultural Strategic Priorities Program

Canadian Agricultural Strategic Priorities Program

Recently, the new Canadian Agricultural Strategic Priorities Program (CASPP) was announced, replacing the Canadian Agricultural Adaption Program. This new program is an investment of $50.3 million spread over 5 years, in an effort to aid the agricultural sector and help it remain competitive. This aid will help address emerging issues and capitalize on opportunities, helping […]

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Canadian Farmers at Risk as African Swine Fever Spreads

Canadian Farmers at Risk as African Swine Fever Spreads

Recently, African Swine Fever (ASF) has become a rising issue in Asia and Europe, with China, Hungary, Poland, Lithuania, as well as Belgium now reporting cases of infected pigs. ASF is a contagious viral disease which affects pigs of all ages, causing high mortality within the animals. Though humans are not susceptible to the disease, […]

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