meat packer

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a wholesaler in the meat-packing business


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The objective of The Jungle, according to Upton Sinclair, was to expose the harsh, inhumane working conditions in the meat packing industry.
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Four corporations now control more than 80% of the meat packing industry.
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In the case of Storm Lake, a substantial meat packing industry means that many of the district's students are minorities, do not speak English, and are transient.
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This paper explores the hypothesis that the meat packing industry has had an evolution that, even with public policy changes, continues to push the industry towards an oligopolistic structure (at times monopoly).
MDM is a method also used extensively by the Mexican meat packing industry.
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Hardest hit has been the meat packing industry, where many companies were recently forced to reduce operations and cut back on personnel.
The meat packing industry has been slowly moving out of the area," observes Neil Joffee of Newmark & Co.
This is the only complete investment that anyone has made in the Latin American meat packing industry in recent years," Oliva Funes boasts.
Since then, Sol, who has an office-supply home business, and Sam, retired from the meat packing industry, have gathered leftovers five mornings a week from three local Starbucks and from Classic Cakes and Bagels in Valencia, delivering the treats to the kids at the clubhouse.
According to Marmer, cattle hides are the most valuable coproduct of the meat packing industry.
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