Posted on: January 26, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C., Jan. 26, 2021 – In a report issued today, economists with Iowa State University, North Carolina State University and the National Pork Producers Council found that pork prices have risen because of strong demand for U.S. pork, higher input costs and labor shortages throughout the supply chain, not concentration in the meatpacking industry. […]

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