Blogs on Meatingplace.com

Regs, Rules and Remedies

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By: William James
Dr. William James shares his extensive experience at USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service on regulatory compliance and related topics.

Meat Your Markets

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By: Mack Graves
Mack Graves shares 39 years experience in animal protein corporate strategy, management focus and marketing effectiveness.

The Meat Business

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By: Gregory Bloom
Gregory Bloom shares over two decades of industry experiences working in six USDA inspected meat plants, selling meat, developing value added items and training chefs, retail meat cutters and food service sales people about meat.

Animal Ag Watch

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By: Hannah Thompson
Hannah Thompson identifies and responds to misinformation about the food system as communications director for the Animal Agriculture Alliance.

Poultry Perspective

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By: Yvonne Vizzier Thaxton
Dr. Yvonne Vizzier Thaxton, director of the Center for Food Animal Wellbeing at the University of Arkansas, discusses the practical impact of scientific, regulatory and business developments on the animal food industries.

Food (Safety) Fight

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By: Richard Raymond
Former Undersecretary of Agriculture for Food Safety Dr. Richard Raymond dissects and debates food safety policies and proposals.

Safety Zone

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By: James Marsden
Dr. James Marsden, professor of food safety and security at Kansas State University and a meat industry advisor, discusses practical food safety interventions at the plant level.

Chef’s Table

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By: Michael Formichella
Chef Michael Formichella brings a culinary eye to meat product development for foodservice and retail.

Working Safely

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By: Steve Sayer
Steve Sayer brings 30 years of meat and poultry plant experience and worker safety consulting to the subject of reducing injuries and illnesses on the plant floor.

Legally Speaking

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By: Shawn Stevens
Shawn Stevens has defended some of the nation’s largest beef producers, national restaurant chains, food distributors and grocers in hundreds of food-borne illness claims throughout the country.