Acorn Squash Recipes

Acorn Squash Recipes are Better with Pork Nothing screams fall quite like acorn squash recipes. Acorn squash is high in vitamins A, B6, and C, folate, magnesium, fiber, riboflavin, phosphorus, and potassium. That’s a serious nutritional power-packed veggie. What better way to pair your tasty veggies other than with protein-packed, lean ground pork? There are […]

Insight

Shoppers don’t shop like they used to and consumers don’t eat like they used to, primarily because they’re younger, more diverse and less connected to agriculture than ever before. Sign up for our Insight To Action newsletter to receive our “Heads Up” position paper when it becomes available late March 2020, and to immediately take […]

African Swine Fever: What You Need to Know

U.S. Pork Is Safe To Eat African swine fever virus is a contagious viral disease impacting only pigs, not people, so it is not a public health threat or food safety concern. The World Organization for Animal Health, of which the U.S. is a member, considers African swine fever to be a trade limiting foreign […]

Pork And Beverage Pairings

Pork can be prepared in so many ways – and its versatility makes it ideal for pairing with all types of beverages. Generally, pork is described as ‘medium bodied’ – meaning it’s firmer in texture and weightier than fish, yet less intense and concentrated in flavor than beef. But because of the range of cuts […]

Pork Foodservice Educational Events

North American Meat Institute Center of the Plate Training Is a three-day course designed to teach you the fundamentals of meat specifications by giving you a first-hand look at how carcasses are converted to cuts commonly used in retail and foodservice. It’s a lively learning experience that includes a detailed cutting demonstration of all major […]