Barry Carpenter Meets Members in California
NAMI President and CEO Barry Carpenter last week met with Institute members Columbus Foods, in Hayward, California; Prime Smoked Meats, in Oakland, California; and C &; M Meat Company, in Berkeley, California.
U.S. International Trade Commission Conducts Study Analyzing SMEs and Trade Policy
The U.S. International Trade Commission conducted a study that analyzed the relationship between small or medium enterprises (SMEs) and trade policy to determine the role of SMEs in generating exports and jobs, while assessing current barriers to trade for these businesses.
New CAMP Webinar Dates Announced
The Meat Institute announced new webinar dates for its Communicators Advocating Meat and Poultry (CAMP) program, a grassroots effort aimed at increasing the meat and poultry industry’s communications with its customers and communities. CAMP webinars are free, one-hour educational sessions that offer training in social media, message development, interview techniques and public speaking.
Consumer Reports Ground Beef Study Confirms Strong Safety of Ground Beef
Washington, D.C., —A review of Consumer Reports’ new study on the safety of ground beef in the U.S. confirms that pathogenic bacteria is rarely found in meat, the North American Meat Institute (NAMI) said today...
North American Meat Institute Expresses Support for Cuba Trade Act
Washington, D.C.—The North American Meat Institute (NAMI) today expressed its support for the Cuba Trade Act of 2015, a bipartisan bill introduced by Representatives Tom Emmer (R-MN) and Kathy Castor (D-FL) that would lift the Cuba embargo and allow the private sector to trade...
North American Meat Institute Supports Chairman Roberts’ Amendment to Repeal Mandatory Country-of-Origin Labeling; Full and Simple Repeal Is Essential
“The North American Meat Institute supports full and simple repeal of mandatory country-of-origin labeling for beef, pork, and chicken included in Senate Agriculture Committee Chairman Pat Roberts’ amendment filed today...