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  • Butterball

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    Butterball is a brand of turkey and other poultry products produced by Butterball LLC. The company manufactures food products in the United States and internationally — specializing in turkey, cured deli meats, raw roasts and specialty products such as soups and salads, sandwiches, and entrées.Butterball LLC was a joint venture of Smithfield Foods and Maxwell Farms Inc., an affiliate of the Goldsboro Milling Co. Seaboard Corporation bought Smithfield's stake in Butterball in 2010. The company sells over one billion pounds of turkey a year. Though the Butterball brand has been formally recognized since 1940, Butterball LLC was formed in 2006. In Canada, the rights to Butterball are owned by Exceldor Foods Ltd.

  • JBS USA

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    1916 advertisement for lardJBS USA Holdings, Inc. is an American food processing company and a wholly owned subsidiary of JBS S.A. (B3:JBSS3), a Brazilian company that is the world's largest processor of fresh beef and pork, with more than US$50 billion in annual sales as of 2017. The subsidiary was created when JBS entered the U.S. market in 2007 with its purchase of Swift & Company. JBS USA is based in Greeley, Colorado. Its competitors include Cargill, Smithfield Foods, and Tyson Foods.

  • List of turkey meat producing companies in the United States

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    The United States is the world largest exporter of turkey and related products. Nearly 361,884 metric tons (MT) of turkey meat has been exported in 2012. In comparison with 2011, the industry had experienced 14 percent growth. In 2013 the turkey products were valued at nearly $678.9 million. 13 percent increase from 2012. The dominant market for U.S. turkey meat is Mexico. It has been purchasing meat valued at nearly $372.6 million and accounting for 55 percent of turkey exports. The second largest market for U.S. turkey, purchasing more than $70.5 million of meat, is China. Canada and Hong Kong were other significant markets for U.S. turkey meat. (FAS 2012) The United States imports a notably small percent of turkey meat ($31.8 million in 2012), mostly from Chile and Canada. (FAS 2012) There is a list of turkey meat producing companies in the United States.

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