Chicken producer will cut 600 jobs at its El Dorado, Ark., plant, saying the cost-cutting move was in response to record-high prices for feed.
Belgian brewer has an ambitious plan behind its $52 billion acquisition of Anheuser-Busch, hoping to tap into the U.S. company's massive marketing power.
Organizers are using the raid at the Agriprocessors Inc. kosher meatpacking plant in Postville on May 12 as an example of what's wrong with the nation's immigration laws.
North Dakota, a national leader in barley production, hopes to maintain its market relationship with Anheuser-Busch despite takeover by Belgian brewer InBev.
Maker of Budweiser and Bud Light accepted InBev's sweetened $52 billion offer, creating a global beer leader and ending one of the most iconic names in American business.
After weeks of public bickering, media reports say Anheuser-Busch's board is likely to accept a sweetened buyout offer from Belgian-based brewer InBev.
Prodded by fallout from the nation's largest beef recall, the Agriculture Department expected to finalize plans Friday to make retailers' names public during some meat recalls.
Shortage of kosher meat in Nashville has been exacerbated by an immigration scandal at the country's largest kosher meatpacking plant, officials say.
Nineteen people arrested in immigration raids at Pilgrim's Pride poultry plants pleaded guilty to misusing Social Security identification to obtain work.
Lawsuit that claimed the government was violating the rights of meatpacking plant workers detained in an immigration raid was dismissed after key demands were met.
Personnel manager for House of Raeford Farms was indicted by a federal grand jury on 20 counts that she told employees to use the falsified forms.
Montana's decades-long relationship with Anheuser-Busch has been beneficial for the company and for barley farmers in the state.
On Wednesday, Anheuser-Busch filed a consent solicitation with the Securities and Exchange Commission that outlines why shareholders should reject InBev's proposal.
Three taste testers for candy maker Cadbury PLC say they were seriously injured with chemical burns to their mouths while sampling something sweet.
U.S. Agriculture Secretary expressed confidence in the nation's food safety system, but said meat processing will always face challenges because the bacteria that animals carry evolves.
Head of the Yamagataya meat marketer allegedly sold Brazilian chicken to the Urayasu government and local schools with ‘certificates’ claiming the meat was domestic.
New no-calorie sweetener, Truvia, will go on sale for the first time on Wednesday and is made from the leaves of stevia, an herb grown in South America and Asia.
In a bid to dispel public health fears, top physicians and executives ate American sirloin, telling fellow South Koreans not to worry about getting mad cow disease from eating U.S. beef.
Company suing the Belgian brewer in federal court, seeking to bar its spurned suitor from soliciting support from Anheuser-Busch shareholders.
Nation's opposition party, which refused to take part in the new National Assembly session that was supposed to start in late May, has agreed to rejoin parliament, an official said.
Federal officials said company responded slowly to indications that its products might be tainted with E. coli, though it has voluntarily recalled over 5 million pounds of meat.
Brewer InBev turned up the heat in its $46 billion bid for Anheuser-Busch, announcing that it will attempt to remove the company's entire board.
South Korea's president named new agriculture and welfare ministers Monday because of the mishandling of a much-criticized U.S. beef import deal.
President Lee Myung-bak said he would not tolerate illegal, violent protests against U.S. beef imports, but would listen more carefully to public opinion at peaceful rallies.