pigmeat


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pigmeat

(ˈpɪɡˌmiːt)
n
(Cookery) a less common name for pork, ham1, bacon1
Translations

pigmeat

[ˈpɪgmiːt] Ncarne f de cerdo
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He said: "To date JBS has to enter the pigmeat sector in Brazil although they have acquired processing capacity in the United States.
THE FRENCH government has pressed for urgent financial support from the European Commission to offset losses in Europe's pigmeat sector, which has been struggling since the price dropped in 2007.
Lidl has thrown its weight behind British pigmeat in a major change of policy.
and Canadian pigmeat output and sales are seen rising to historical highs.
In the section called "New Days A Coming: The Harlem Renaissance," the writings of Langston Hughes, Zora Neale Hurston and Rudolph Fisher are analyzed in the context of the larger artistic movement, and in contrast to the minstrel musings of such figures as Stepin Fetchit and Pigmeat Markham.
Uniq plc announced that it has completed the sale of Malton Foods, its pigmeat processing business, to Gramplan Country Foods Group, for a cash consideration of [pounds sterling]33.
Following a decision by the European Standing Veterinary Committee (SVC) pigmeat exports from parts of the UK can start again.
Chilled food company Uniq yesterday revealed full-year profits had been wiped out by the foot and mouth outbreak and said it planned to sell off its pigmeat division.
The reason European pigmeat is cheaper is because those animals are fed on other animals.
The company specializes in productions that bounce a dramatic classic off some wacky alternative text: Thornton Wilder's Our Town meets Pigmeat Markham's vaudeville routines or Arthur Miller's The Crucible funneled through the reminiscences of Timothy Leary's baby-sitter.
The capital released is being applied to fund major investments in 1999, including USA food ingredients, UK food service and UK pigmeat, as well as debt reduction.
June 1 2010 -- German pigmeat production is set to rise.