TODAY'S customers want transparency in how their food is produced, they want better food that is produced more sustainably and they seek to regain control over the entire process, Joe Forsthoffer, director of communications for Perdue Farms, explained at the Center for Food Integrity 2015 Strategy Conference on Animal Agriculture in Oak Brook, Ill.
Likewise, Forsthoffer said, Perdue customers are demanding more authenticity and prefer the use of le
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