(Reuters) - Hormel Foods Corp <HRL.N>, which makes Spam lunch meat, cut its full-year earnings outlook on Tuesday, citing weakness in its pork business, softer sales of its refrigerated foods and higher meat costs, and its shares fell nearly 5 percent. Full story
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker says the first state-inspected meat processor has started shipping meat across state lines under a federal-state deal announced two years ago. Full story
(Reuters) - Starboard Value LP revealed a major stake in Smithfield Foods Inc on Monday and urged the world's largest pork producer to explore a breakup rather than go ahead with a planned $4.7 billion takeover by Chinese meat company Shuanghui International. Full story
US Shoppers have more information about where their meat comes from, due to new federal labeling rules. NBC's Peter Schuneman reports.
Lean ground beef is up 21 percent to $4.81 per pound, reports CNBC's Jane Wells. And it could turn more consumers to cheaper cuts of meat.
The Center for Science in the Public Interest warns that some meats are more susceptible to foodborne illnesses than others – and gives tips on "defensive eating" and how to avoid getting sick from "risky meats."
New labels aim to make meat shopping more "consumer friendly" but many disagree with sudden change. KWWL's Becca Habegger reports.
A politician in Samoa has proposed culling stray dogs and then exporting their meat. NBCNews.com's Dara Brown reports.
Men drag a piece of whale meat at a port in Reykjavik June 18, 2013. The first finwhale of the whaling season is brought to land in Hvalfjord, Iceland, just outside of Reykjavik. REUTERS/Sigtryggur Johannsson (ICELAND - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
Employees sort out chicken meat at a slaughterhouse at a poultry farm in a village of Pesochnaia Buda, some 330 km southeast of Minsk, June 11, 2013. The farm produces 500,000 chicks per month and a yearly output of 11,000 tons of meat. Chicken meat is very popular among Belarusians due to its low
A customer chooses meat at a meat market in Beijing May 31, 2013. With more money in their pockets, millions of Chinese are seeking a richer diet and switching to beef, driving imports to record levels and sending local meat firms abroad to scout for potential acquisition targets among beef farmers