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Hormel Foods serves up SPAM Teriyaki flavor, tied to Hawaiian culinary trends

Hormel Foods has announced the national availability of a new SPAM® Teriyaki flavor
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Hormel Compleats shelf-stable line expands into breakfast

Hormel Foods has expanded its Hormel Compleats line, adding a line of breakfast meals to the portfolio of shelf-stable microwavable meals that are ready in just 60 seconds.
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Hormel Food launches new snack product

The wraps come in single-serve packages in eight varieties
Designed especially for teens to serve as a bridge between meals, Hormel REV wraps are an on-the-go, protein-rich snack with no preparation needed.
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The ‘Cure’ for the common ham

Hormel Foods will celebrate the Cure 81 brand’s 50th anniversary in 2013, having instituted a complete overhaul of the line backed by extensive consumer research.
Even the greatest consumer brands in history have had to undergo some alterations to keep them fresh and relevant to the public.
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Hormel Foods launches lower-sodium, thinner-sliced Canadian bacon

Hormel Foods is bolstering its breakfast meats portfolio with the introduction of lower-sodium Hormel Breakfast Canadian Bacon.
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Hormel Foods' new value-added ham product cuts hit the shelves

Just in time for hearty meals, Hormel Foods has brought to market new product cuts from its Hormel® Cure 81® ham brand. Hormel® Cure 81® hams are now available in
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2008 Processor of the Year: Hormel's Compleats success

Hormel Foods continues to thrive in a tough marketplace through its commitment to innovate and renovate products and processes that, in the end, give the consumers what they want.In today’s
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Hormel Stays the Course

By sticking to the ages-old company mantra and building upon the momentum of his predecessors, Jeffrey M. Ettinger has Hormel Foods positioned to continue to grow.
Some say imitation is the best form of flattery — that when someone copies or borrows a good or successful idea or venture, the originator should not sulk or become angry that others are copying him or her.
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Brenneman analyzes Butterball’s new animal care, well-being program

Rod Brenneman, CEO of Butterball, discusses his company's new Animal Care and Well-Being Program, his company's certification by the American Humane Association and further animal-handling initiatives, all officially announced in September 2013.

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October 2014

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Independent Processor

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October 2014

Check out the October 2014 issue of Independent Processor, with features on private labels, and the newest bacon trends!

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