National Pork Board Vice President of Domestic Marketing Jarrod Sutton outlines a new promotion in which McDonald’s is giving away bacon. McDonald’s Bacon Hour kicks off the launch of the Big Mac Bacon and the Quarter Pounder Cheese with Bacon and Cheesy Bacon Fries. Find out more about how McDonald’s is promoting America’s Favorite Food.
The National Pork Board is partnering with YouTube creator Binging with Babish to connect with consumers. Binging with Babish is a social media influencer with 3.6 million subscribers on YouTube. Pork Checkoff social media manager Jenna Bieri offers details on this relationship. That includes a Pork Checkoff-sponsored video being featured at the YouTube Cocktail Party […]
The Pork Checkoff sponsors a scholarship program available to college students who are current juniors or seniors planning to pursue a career field related to swine production. Those planning to attend veterinary or graduate school and major in a discipline with an emphasis on swine are also encouraged to apply for scholarships. “The pork industry […]
The U.S. pork industry is working together to reduce the risk of foreign animal disease. National Pork Board vice president of science and technology Dr. David Pyburn outlines the new National Swine Disease Council in this edition of Pork Pod.
For decades, the U.S. pork industry has recognized the importance of responsible production practices. That’s especially important in a changing marketplace. During 2018, the Pork Checkoff created a We Care task force to build on that success. National Pork Board Assistant Vice President of Sustainability Brett Kaysen is featured in this edition of Pork Pod […]
The Pork Checkoff has funded a comprehensive study on how American consumers eat at home. More than 10,000 people were surveyed. National Pork Board vice president of domestic marketing Jarrod Sutton outlines this project in this edition of Pork Pod. Sutton also explains how this information is being disseminated to maximize the effectiveness of this […]
The Food and Drug Administration has published its annual summary report on the sales of antibiotics. The latest data shows a 33 percent decline in the most critical class of antibiotics intended for use in food animals. When combined to the data found in the 2016 report, it confirms a 43 percent reduction in this […]