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New Report: Pork Industry Makes Gains in Sustainability

September 15, 2020

As America's pig farmers continue to fight back from the negative impact of COVID-19 and the ups and downs of markets and bad weather, a new study released by the National Pork Board, Production Analysis Summary for U.S. Pork Industry: 2017-2019, shows that America's pig farmers continue to make strides in overall sustainability by being more efficient every day.

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National Pork Board Launches Pork as a Passport

September 8, 2020

To celebrate pork’s position as a global, culturally relevant protein and offer weary home cooks in the U.S. a variety of authentic meal options, the National Pork Board has launched Pork as a Passport ( This new consumer marketing campaign elevates the at-home cooking experience by highlighting the common love for pork across a number of global cuisines.

National Pork Board Launches Real Pork

August 26, 2020

In an environment where shoppers continually question what brands and products they can trust. Where increasingly diverse consumers seek to connect with the familiar flavors of their heritage. And home cooks are weary – both from meal preparation and an inability to travel to other cities, states and countries to experience authentic flavors. The National Pork Board is helping America wake up and get real.

National Pork Board Places Behlke in Key Nutrition and Dietetics Role

June 24, 2020

The National Pork Board is pleased to announce Kara Behlke, of St. Louis, Missouri, has joined the team as director of nutrition and dietetics.

Pork Board Develops Content to Help Parents Now Filling the Role of Teacher

April 22, 2020

Parents nationwide now have access to new ways to keep children learning and engaged during the coronavirus crisis, thanks to free materials developed in conjunction with the Pork Checkoff.

Pig Farmers Provide 40,000 Servings of Pork to Fight Food Insecurity in Kansas City

March 4, 2020

To kick off its national forum meeting, the pork industry announced today that nearly 40,000 servings of pork will be donated to Harvesters – The Community Food Network. The donation, made by Prairie Fresh® Pork on behalf of attendees at the industry’s annual meeting, will help fight food insecurity in the Kansas City area.

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