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Supreme Court Rules 8–1 to Throw Out Child Slavery Lawsuit Against Nestle, Cargill
The Supreme Court sided with Cargill and Nestle in a June 17 ruling, throwing out a lawsuit alleging that the two food giants aided and abetted child slavery in West ...
June 17, 2021
Meat Processors Adopt Robotics, Automation After CCP Virus Shutdowns
U.S. meat processing giants are speeding up efforts to automate their meat-packaging operations, according to robotics industry specialists. ...
July 11, 2020
US Meatpackers Questioned Over Massive China Exports
Two U.S. senators have sent a letter (pdf) to major American meatpackers to find out how many tons ...
June 26, 2020
Cargill Net Drops 20 Percent, Revenues Fall as Trade Fight Bites
CHICAGO—Grains trader Cargill Inc. on Jan. 3 reported a 20 percent drop in its fiscal second-quarter 2019 net ...
January 4, 2019
Cargill Recalls 25,000 lbs of Possibly Contaminated Beef
A Cargill Meat Solutions plant in Colorado is recalling more than 25,000 pounds (11,300 kg) of ground beef ...
August 26, 2018
Trade War Turns Out to Be a Boon for Some Companies
One of the world's largest agricultural trading companies, Archer Daniels Midland Co. (NYSE: ADM), doubled its net profit ...
August 5, 2018
Sugar, Corn Industries Settle Sweetener Spat; Terms Secret
A bitter billion-dollar battle in the sweetener wars came to an end Friday as sugar processors and the ...
November 21, 2015
The Associated Press
What Does a ‘Natural’ Label Really Mean? Lawsuits Claim False Advertising
A growing number of lawsuits suggest consumers don't trust food labels that claim a product is 'all-natural.'
June 22, 2015
Can a US Court Hold Nestlé Responsible for Child Slavery in Africa?
Food companies have been importing cocoa to the U.S. harvested by child laborers in African farms. Can they ...
June 2, 2015
Louisiana’s 3 Abortion Clinics Closing, Looking to Relocate
FBI Returned Passports Seized in Mar-a-Lago, Trump Says
Elon Musk Says He’s Buying Manchester United
Judge Orders Trump Attorney Jenna Ellis to Testify to Georgia Grand Jury in Election Probe
Lifestyle: Adventures of a 13-Year-Old American Kid in World War II Italy
Liz Cheney Loses Wyoming Primary to Trump Endorsee Harriet Hageman
Lifestyle: Can Changing Social Studies Improve the Education System?
Moderna to Commence Construction of World’s First mRNA Factory on Australian College Campus
States Warn BlackRock to Stop Pushing Political Agenda
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Roger L. Simon
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