A list of the top 20 meat processors in the US is posted by food company Meatpacking Inc., and it shows that there is no clear winner for the top spot.
While meatpacking’s growth has been more dramatic than that of other meat processors, its growth has also been faster than that in other sectors of the food industry.
While other meatpacking plants have been building out their capacity in recent years, Meatpacking has only been able to ramp up capacity to a point where it is more than 100% of its total capacity.
According to a recent study by the Center for Science in the Public Interest, the U.S. meatpacking industry is more efficient at producing and shipping meat than any other in the world.
Meatpacking is also responsible for the creation of some of the largest, most profitable meat processing companies in the country.
It has also built out its supply chain to make sure that the meat it buys is of high quality and in the best condition possible.
For the first time, the meat that is being sold in grocery stores and meat markets has been labeled as “humanely raised.”
The report points out that the U,S.
government’s regulations are so lax that meat can be labeled as humanely raised if it is fed a diet with antibiotics, steroids and growth hormones, among other things.
“Despite these efforts, the government has not taken action to address the problem of antibiotic resistance in meat,” the report states.
“We hope that the government will do so in the coming years, and will act to address this problem in a way that promotes a healthy environment for animals.”
According to the Meat Processing Institute, meatpacking has seen its share of issues in recent times, including the death of a baby elephant at a facility in Georgia and the death in 2016 of a 3-month-old calf at a farm in Idaho.