“We all have symptoms—you have a job to do,” one manager told an employee, according to the lawsuit filed by the son of a worker who died.
Trump Forced Meat Processing Plants to Stay Open. Now There's Almost 600 Workers With Coronavirus at a North Carolina Plant.
Tyson Foods has yet another massive coronavirus outbreak at one of its chicken processing plants.
In a video, the unidentified Smithfield Farms worker can be seen pulling his gloves off and urinating underneath the moving conveyor belt.
Tech-food startup Hampton Creek is being accused of buying it's own products.
Is there a shadowy, underground cartel of poultry processors colluding to screw over America’s hard-working chicken farmers?
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration announced this week that it was going to fine Tyson $263,498. That’s because Tyson was found to have violated regulations that left its employees in danger.
While the incidence of serious injuries appears to be going down statistically for America's slaughterhouse and meat processing workers, it's likely that these issues are underreported.
Nothing says fun in the sun quite like the guarantee of tetanus and a metric shit-ton of disgruntled cow ghosts.
Meet the Gribbot. This automated meat machine might soon be given the precious task of using its carefully calibrated pincers to rip the breast meat from chicken carcasses, phasing out skilled workers at the same time.