meat packer

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Noun1.meat packer - a wholesaler in the meat-packing businessmeat packer - a wholesaler in the meat-packing business
jobber, middleman, wholesaler - someone who buys large quantities of goods and resells to merchants rather than to the ultimate customers
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Cincinnati Flying Pig | May 3, 2015 Named after the 1800's reference to Cincinnati as "Porkopolis" due to its farms and meat packing industry, this race was created by Cincinnati Marathon, Inc.
Brock has worked in a variety of roles in the textiles and meat packing industry including inventory control, operations manager, controller, and plant controller.
meat packing industry, causing a public uproar that contributed in part to the passage a few months later of the 1906 Pure Food and Drug Act and the Meat Inspection Act.
His work life started at Whittal Mills, then moved to the meat packing industry and finished as a carpenter at the Worcester Art Museum.
In recent years, the meat packing industry has become increasingly concentrated with only a handful of firms controlling a majority of the domestic cattle and hog slaughter.
America's meat packing industry has already been plagued by outbreaks of E.
Published in 1906, The Jungle, as most people know, was an expose on the meat packing industry that stunned the American public.
Not only did we want chefs to increase the number of standard pork cuts they were using, we also wanted them to act as a pull-through for the processing and meat packing industry.
Four corporations now control more than 80% of the meat packing industry.
BGI) is promoting a steam treatment technology adapted from a system used in the United States meat packing industry.