The Sugar Trade

The ins and outs of the sugar trade. Sugar is the common name for sweet-tasting soluble carbohydrates. As a result it is a common substance utilized in food. The different kinds of sugar come from various sources. ICUMSA 45 sugar is “top quality” and is the specification of white sugar futures. Sugar Harvesting Sugar cane […]

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How Different Countries Use Beef

South America As a huge player with respect to beef production, it’s easy to perceive any reasons why red meat assumes such a critical role in the South American eating regimen. Despite the fact that customs change from locale to locale well known cooking traditions in this part of the world incorporate flame broiling and […]

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Pork Prices Set To Rise

The World Organization for Animal Health warns of a crisis. It’s African swine fever. A quarter of the world’s pig population could be wiped out. So said its President Mark Schipp, on October 31st 2019 as he addressed the media in Sydney. “It’s the biggest threat to any commercial livestock of our generation”, Mark Schipp […]

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Pork Production

All pork found in retail locations is either USDA examined for healthiness or investigated by state systems which have standards equivalent to the national government. Every animal and its inner organs are investigated for indications of infection. The “Passed and Inspected by USDA” seal makes sure the pork is healthy and free from illness.  Despite […]

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The Trading of Frozen Beef

The trading of frozen beef depends on worldwide supply and demand.  “Beef” is a culinary expression referring to the meat of a fully developed cow or bull about a few years old. Beef is one of the most well-known sources of protein; hamburgers and steaks are a staple in households and restaurants over the world.  […]

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