Cargill invests $111m to convert Nebraska meat plant

Cargill invests $111m to convert Nebraska meat plant

CARGILL is investing $111 million to convert its ground beef plant at Columbus, Neb., to a cooked meats facility and relocate the ground beef production that currently takes place there.

The converted plant will give the company new capabilities to produce specific types of cooked meat products for its customers.

The conversion will begin in early December, with cooked meat production scheduled to start in mid-2016. Ground b

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