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Watch video Find out how our years of experience, our cutting-edge innovation, and our core beliefs help to ensure the reputation of grocers, retailers, and foodservice providers—as well as the trust of meat lovers everywhere.
To provide a red meat experience that people love, we deliver on two fundamental commitments: At Cargill, our values and principles come from decades of working with thousands of family farmers, ranchers and producers who support our business.
This heritage has shaped what it means to be a partner to our suppliers and customers. We continue to invest in the latest technology and test up to 1, samples weekly to guarantee tenderness, consistency and quality.
Cargill owns and operates four feedlots in our system. Deliver reliable, top-quality supply for our facilities. Practice the Optimum Harvest Endpoint System to determine peak animal maturity on an individual basis. Be more flexible in response to supply and demand.
In food, timing is everything. We leverage our category insights and knowledge to pinpoint the ideal product mix, placement, promotion and pricing to help customers grow their business and promote consumer loyalty. We customize our approach and offer tailored solutions for challenges. We practice transparency through our value-based procurement process powered by state-of-the art technology and real-time data.
Extensive supplier feedback further ensures consistency and maintains trust. This guides the introduction of new products and packaging innovations to help our customers succeed.
A great supply chain means everything. And we strive to make our supply chain the best. This means better support for our customers.
To make that happen, our team of over 20 leading experts are dedicated to the Beef Research and Development team at the Cargill Innovation Center. The culinary teams are led by chefs who are protein experts at all cooking levels— home, restaurant and food processing, offering ideas and creating tasty, profitable retail products and restaurant menu items for our customers.
Today's consumers want to know more about where their food comes from. And they demand this from food manufacturers. That's why we believe in transparency. Being honest and open allows us not only to showcase our products, but to communicate our values and sense of responsibility.
Antibiotic Position Cargill is committed to reduced use of antibiotics medically important to human health that are also used in beef production.
We are taking actions in the best interest of our customers, consumers and long term effectiveness of medicines, while producing meat that is wholesome, affordable and nutritious, and minimizes the impact to the environment. Maintaining the effectiveness of medicines that help protect human health is one of our top priorities.
When we use antibiotics, we do so judiciously and responsibly, in accordance with regulatory requirements. We engage in dialogue with key stakeholders including consumers and customers, listen to different points of view and share information about actions we take to address this topic.
As a leader on this topic, Cargill Beef is taking the following actions to earn customer confidence relative to antibiotic use: We are encouraging other cattle feeders to evaluate their antibiotics usage.
Cargill Beef is partnering with cattle producers, researchers,universities, and allied partners to identify production practices and viable alternatives that could result in reduced use of medicines in animal production. A key partner is Cargill Animal Nutrition, a leader in the development of feed ingredients and feed formulations.
We engage customers and skeptics to better understand their expectations for Cargill regarding antibiotic use and how Cargill Beef can responsibly meet those expectations. We will have an open door and will engage with a variety of stakeholders, including skeptics.
Click below to view our webinar outlining our antibiotic position.Modern food industry operation entails sophisticated automation and control architecture. By applying the proven success of modern control technology to most of its operations including food preservation, manufacturing, packaging, and handling, the productivity of food plants can be significantly improved.
in meat and poultry technology that promise to continue to improve safety. REPRINTED FROM FOOD SAFETY MAGAZINE, effectiveness of the microbial interven-tions that have driven a decline in pathogen- and safety strategies in the production of meat and poultry products in light of some government policies has been slow-ly, but surely.
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Lastly, the output is to propose study and measurements on the effectiveness of technology on meat production. Statement of the Problem The Study intends to investigate the effectiveness of technology on production within a meat production company, specifically on COD.