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The Joint Industry Safety and Health Council Awards recognize the company's commitment to put people first and its associates commitment to workplace safety.
The Joint Industry Safety and Health Council has recognized Perdue with more awards than any other poultry company for consistently implementing innovative and effective workplace safety health processes and systems.
20 Perdue Farms’ facilities earn Joint Industry Safety and Health Council awards for outstanding safety performance ▶
Twenty Perdue Farms’ facilities, including 15 of its food processing plants, were recognized recently by the Joint Industry Safety and Health Council for outstanding safety performance.
22 Perdue Farms’ facilities earn Joint Industry Safety and Health Council awards for outstanding safety performance ▶
Twenty-two Perdue Farms’ facilities in 11 states, including 14 of the company’s food-producing plants, were recognized by the Joint Industry Safety and Health Council for outstanding safety performance.
Twenty-one Perdue Farms’ facilities \were recognized by the Joint Industry Safety and Health Council for outstanding safety performance.
Our comprehensive farm-to-fork food safety program begins with healthy animals fed a diet free of animal by-products.
Perdue Farms’ facilities in 11 states, including a dozen of the company’s food-producing plants, were recognized by the Joint Industry Safety and Health Council for consistently implementing innovative and effective safety and health processes and systems. Perdue received the awards at the 2016 National Safety Conference for the Poultry Industry in Destin Beach, Fla. Perdue facilities received the highest number of awards given by the Council.
Perdue has a standard, companywide safety program that encourages active associate participation and input.
We Believe in Investing in Our Associates' Growth, Safety and Well-Being
Associates at Perdue’s Gainesville operation celebrated a first-time safety milestone.
Associates at Perdue Farms’ Lewiston achieved another workplace safety milestone.
Associates at Perdue’s Cromwell operation celebrated a safety milestone after working two million production hours without experiencing an OSHA recordable lost-time case.
Team works four million production hours without recordable lost-time case
Perdue Foods today announced a renewed focus on animal care, a continuation of its focus on premium, trusted brands that meet evolving consumer expectations.
Perdue AgriBusiness’s 862 associates achieved a safety milestone by working more than two million hours without experiencing an Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) recordable lost-time case.
Perdue Farms' Monterey, Tenn., operation receives Commissioner's Award of Excellence for Workplace Safety ▶
Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development Commissioner Burns Phillips announced that Perdue Farms was chosen for the Commissioner’s Award of Excellence for Workplace Safety.
After working a record eight million production hours without experiencing an Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) recordable lost-time case.
The combined commitment to workplace safety by Perdue and its associates netted NC Department of Labor Safety Awards for Perdue’s North Carolina operations, including all three plants in the state.
Associates at Perdue’s operation in Concord recently celebrated a safety milestone after working one million production hours without experiencing an OSHA recordable lost-time case.
Perdue’s Cromwell operation achieved a safety milestone on March 27, 2014, after working one million production hours without experiencing an OSHA recordable lost-time case.
Perdue’s Accomac operation associates achieve safety milestone
Perdue’s Bridgewater, Va., associates achieve safety milestone
Perdue’s Georgetown, Del., operation associates achieve safety milestone
Perdue associates in Lewiston, N.C., achieve two-million-hour safety milestone
Associates at Perdue’s Monterey, Tenn., operation achieved a safety milestone on September 7, 2015.
Perdue Foods’ operation in Lewiston, N.C., receives Department of Labor safety awards, surpasses 10 million consecutive safe production hours ▶
Associates at the Perdue Foods’ operation in Lewiston-Woodville recently received two workplace safety awards from the North Carolina Department of Labor.
Associates at Perdue's harvest operation in Perry, Ga., have worked more than four million production hours without an OSHA recordable lost-time case.
Perdue named among top companies by global Business Benchmark on Farm Animal Welfare
A Year of Building Momentum
We Believe in Investing in Our Associates' Growth, Safety and Well-Being.
Four Perdue associates were among 30 industry professionals recognized for their leadership qualities.
Associates at Perdue’s processing operation in Perry, Ga., achieved a safety milestone fter working more than 16 million production hours without experiencing an OSHA recordable lost-time case.
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Perdue Farms 2016 company stewardship report includes watershed changes in eliminating antibiotic use and elevating animal welfare, as well as environmental sustainability and employee health and safety.
Perdue continues to advance animal care and pledges products that meet welfare criteria outlined by coalition of animal protection organizations
Our Vision: To be the most-trusted name in food and agricultural products.
The associates were recognized for their leadership qualities at annual IPPE Expo in Atlanta
We're honored to receive these awards recognizing the hard work we do every day.
Perdue is committed to meeting demand for chicken raised to our current and future customers' welfare criteria
We found we can consistently raise healthy animals without relying on any antibiotics, and with no compromise in food safety.
We Ensure Respectful Animal Treatment.
Perdue awards $125,000 endowment to establish Arthur W. Perdue Graduate Fellowship Program at University of Delaware ▶
Perdue Farms has awarded a three-year, $125,000 endowment funded by the Arthur W. Perdue Foundation to the University of Delaware
Wages and Benefits, Compliance with all Applicable Laws, Associate Safety, Health and Wellness, Dignity, Respect and Diversity, Employee Rights, Maintaining Trust
We find it curious that Oxfam has included Perdue in their campaign.
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Perdue Foundation donates $20,000 to Cromwell Volunteer Fire Department to purchase new firefighter gear
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Perdue Farms introduces “We Believe in Responsible Food and Agriculture”™ corporate responsibility platform through its first Corporate Responsibility Report ▶
Perdue Farms introduces “We Believe in Responsible Food and Agriculture”™ corporate responsibility platform through its first Corporate Responsibility Report
We Believe in Being Responsible Members of the Communities Where We Do Business
Perdue Farms awards $75,000 in Arthur W. Perdue Foundation scholarships to children of associates and poultry producers ▶
Perdue Farms has awarded $75,000 in scholarships to 15 children of Perdue associates and independent poultry producers.
Farmers, associates and animal welfare advocates comment on Perdue's progress in accelerating animal care
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Perdue Farms joins Nanticoke Watershed Alliance in multi-year environmental stewardship partnership ▶
Perdue Farms has announced a new partnership with the Nanticoke Watershed Alliance (NWT) to enhance the health and cleanliness of the watershed environment.
Americold and Perdue Foods today announced that the 96,000 square foot temperature-controlled storage facility expansion underway in Leesport, Pa., will handle products for Perdue’s northeastern U.S. customers.
Perdue Farms is helping the Putnam County Rescue Squad in Monterey, Tenn., purchase new life-saving equipment and fund first-responder training.
Petaluma Poultry presented Committee on the Shelterless (COTS) in Petaluma, Calif., with a check for $10,000 to help feed the city’s homeless and low-income families.
Perdue funding provides after-school program for children of women domestic violence victims
Changing How We Raise Chickens
Frank Perdue Quality, Service and Reliability (QSR) Award.
Perdue Foods Opens New Southeast Distribution Center in Georgia Creating More Than 150 New Jobs
As part of our Animal Care Commitment, we are exploring ways to slow growth of existing breeds and utilizing alternative breeds to have a meaningful, positive impact on poultry welfare.
Perdue Corporate Giving by The Franklin P. and Arthur W. Perdue Foundation
This comes two years after Perdue became the first major poultry company to stop routinely giving its chickens antibiotics also used in human medicine.
He has traveled more than three million safe miles during his nearly 30-year truck driving career.
We Believe in Responsibly Contributing to the Economic Stability of Our Company and Our Business Partners
Three Generations. Quality. Integrity. Trust.
Perdue AgriBusiness, LLC has been awarded the Virginia Agribusiness Council’s 2014 Agribusiness of the Year Award.
Gov. Tom Wolf, Ag Sec. Russell Redding join Chairman Jim Perdue for ribbon-cutting at plant in Conoy Township, Lancaster County
Our brands are known and loved for taste, quality and variety.
On behalf of Perdue Farms, I would like to comment on the proposed Organic poultry practices referenced above.
The health and welfare of our associates is paramount and we take these types of allegations very seriously.
The health and welfare of our associates is a paramount, and we take the allegations in Oxfam's "No Relief" report very seriously.
The Swan Quarter Volunteer Fire Department (SQVFD) has received a boost from Perdue AgriBusiness.
Perdue Farms, in cooperation with USDA, has voluntarily recalled 2,148 pounds of chicken sausage.
We support choice by providing conventional, Non-GMO and organic options in products and production practice.
When we announced our Commitments to Animal Care last summer, it was a change in the way we think about raising animals.
DuPont Pioneer, Perdue AgriBusiness to double acreage for 2015 Plenish® high oleic soybean program ▶
DuPont Pioneer and Perdue AgriBusiness announced today that Perdue plans to more than double the acreage contracted for Plenish® high oleic soybeans in 2015 in geographies supplying its soybean crush facility in Salisbury, Md.
DuPont Pioneer, Perdue AgriBusiness Announce Expansion of 2018 High Oleic Soybean Contracting Program; Offering Processor-Paid Premium
Perdue Farms has been named a 2016 Corporate Culture Award winner by Baltimore Smart CEO.
$500,000 Arthur W. Perdue Foundation grant helps fund new Madeline Perdue Mother-Baby Unit in Perdue's hometown hospital ▶
Four generations of the Perdue family helped Peninsula Regional Medical Center dedicate its new Madeline Perdue Mother-Baby Unit on Friday, Nov. 28 in Salisbury.
$5,500 Arthur W. Perdue Foundation grant helps United Way of Central Georgia fund community garden in Macon, Ga. ▶
Arthur W. Perdue Foundation has awarded a $5,500 grant to the United Way of Central Georgia to help fund construction of a community garden.
Selling chicken from China to US consumers and not labeling is a bad idea
Perdue Farms, through the support of the Arthur W. Perdue Foundation, is helping the Virginia Foundation for Agriculture in the Classroom (AITC) educate students about the importance of agriculture.
Perdue recently awarded the Georgia Farm Bureau Foundation a $4,700 grant to conduct teacher training for its Agriculture in the Classroom curriculum in Houston County.
Event helped expose students to a wide range of career paths, including those within agriculture
Perdue Foods announces that it has purchased the leased assets of its Draper Valley Farms operation in Washington State.
More than 100 Perdue Farms leaders and managers gathered for the company’s first Diversity and Inclusion Forum, which included a keynote address by Marley Dias, the 13-year-old teen activist whose #1000BlackGirlBooks social media campaign went viral 2015.
All of our branded products sold domestically are from animals born, raised and harvested in the United States.
Perdue names vice presidents of sustainability, chief animal care officer/farmer relationship advocate ▶
Perdue Farms announces two executive appointments in the areas of Sustainability and Live Production. Steve Levitsky has joined Perdue Farms Inc. as Vice President of Sustainability. Mike Levengood has been named to the new position of Vice President, Chief Animal Care Officer and Farmer Relationship Advocate for Perdue Foods LLC.
The state Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) today issued its final plan approval for Perdue AgriBusiness’ proposed grain elevator and soybean crushing facility.
Arthur W. Perdue Foundation $10,000 grant helps fund new lockers at Prince George Volunteer Fire Department in Virginia ▶
As part of its commitment to the community, Perdue Farms, has awarded a $10,000 grant to the Prince George Volunteer Fire Department to help purchase lockers.
We recognize that our consumers, customers and communities expect us to be responsible stewards of our shared natural resources, and that producing more with less is not the full measure of sustainability.
This growth is driven by increasing demand for Plenish high oleic soybean oil by food companies and industrial products companies.
The Franklin P. and Arthur W. Perdue Foundation recently awarded a three-year $105,000 grant to Delaware Technical Community College to grow manufacturing training and education in Kent and Sussex counties.
Perdue Farms has recently become a new sponsor with the National FFA Organization.
Georgia Gov. Deal announces Perdue Farms will create 125 new jobs and invest $42 million to expand its cooking operation in Perry, Ga.
Perdue AgriBusiness and Southern States announced the closing of a transaction that will ensure the continued operation of over a dozen Mid-Atlantic grain elevators.
The Arthur W. Perdue Foundation has donated $5,000 to support the Pennsylvania Future Farmers of America (FFA) Association’s State Officer Program.
Perdue AgriBusiness LLC is pleased to announce its acquisition of the U.S. business of Technology Crops International LLC (TCI).
As CFO, Brenda Galgano will be responsible for leading all financial aspects of Perdue Farms.
Perdue Farms has completed a $25 million expansion at its harvest operation in Dillon County, creating 100 additional jobs
Recognition of our company's journey towards a more diverse workforce and inclusive workplace
Recognizing that consumers expect meaningful animal welfare standards for organic chickens, Perdue Farms supports the National Organic Program.
Arthur W. Perdue Foundation awards $5,000 grant to Lebanon Valley Volunteers in Medicine free clinic ▶
Arthur W. Perdue Foundation is helping the Lebanon Valley Volunteers in Medicine provide free medical care and education to thousands of underserved Lebanon Valley County residents.
Air modeling, health assessment demonstrate no adverse risk from proposed Perdue AgriBusiness grain elevator, soybean crushing plant in Pa. ▶
Perdue AgriBusiness has submitted to the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) an Air Dispersion Modeling and Health Risk Assessment.
Associates from Perdue Farms’ Perry, Ga., processing and cook operations pledged a combined $80,736 in a recent campaign for the United Way of Central Georgia.
Our poultry contracts are designed to insulate farmers from most of the financial risks associated with growing chicken - including volatile grain and poultry markets -- while providing stable income and rewarding top performance.
Perdue Farms has signed an agreement with the U.S. Army Partnership for Youth Success Program (PaYS) to help veterans re-entering the civilian workforce.
Advocacy Groups, Customers and Perdue Farmers
The dozen or so auto mechanics students who gathered outside the Center of Applied Technology North in Severn, Md., knew the school was set to receive a truck donation from Perdue Farms. That did nothing to quell their excitement, though, as a tow truck brought the 2011 International ProStar sleeper cab into the lot.
Perdue Farms’ professional truck drivers hit the road on Saturday, Oct. 4, 2014 to participate in the 12th World’s Largest Truck Convoy to benefit Special Olympics Delaware.
As part of a commitment to help rebuild the Chesapeake Bay oyster population, Perdue Farms Chairman Jim Perdue presented $50,000 to the Marylanders Grow Oysters Program.
Perdue Farms’ professional truck drivers participated in the 11th World’s Largest Truck Convoy® to benefit Special Olympics Delaware.
Perdue deliver 28,000-pounds of chicken to the Food Bank of Delaware as part of its commitment to hunger relief.
Perdue's donation of chicken will help the Food Bank of Delaware serve families struggling with hunger in the First State
First national retail pork producer to fully implement crate-free environment, verified by a third party and with USDA approval
Perdue Farms CEO Randy Day shares his thoughts as a signatory to CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion and importance of going beyond equal opportunity to create a truly inclusive workplace.
FDA reports that antibiotic use is down; thanks for choosing Perdue and Coleman Natural chicken.
Perdue Farms Awarded First LEED® Platinum Green Building Certification on Maryland's Eastern Shore for Renovation of Corporate Offices ▶
Perdue Farms announced today that it has received Platinum certification for the renovation of its corporate office building from the USGBC LEED® green building certification program.
Associates from Perdue Farms’ Perry, Ga., operations pledged $86,439 in a recent campaign for the United Way of Central Georgia.
Perdue Farms volunteers and Oyster Recovery Partnership help enhance Chesapeake Bay’s oyster population ▶
More than 100 associates and family members joined with Oyster Recovery Partnership (ORP) representatives to fill about 1,000 oyster shell bags in support of Marylanders Grow Oysters program.
Perdue Farms' associates joined Chairman Jim Perdue in presenting a check for $271,788.17 in support of the United Way of the Lower Eastern Shore during a presentation here on Friday, Feb. 15.
Perdue Volunteers and Oyster Recovery Partnership Fill 710 Shells Bags to Help Restore Bay’s Oyster Population ▶
More than 40 associates and family members joined with Oyster Recovery Partnership (ORP) representatives to fill about 710 oyster shell bags.
After Eliminating Human Antibiotics in Chicken Production in 2014, Perdue Continues Its Leadership Role to Reduce All Antibiotic Use – Human And Animal ▶
Perdue Farms today announced it is now raising more than half its chickens with no antibiotics of any kind – human or animal.
More than 50 associates and family members joined with Oyster Recovery Partnership (ORP) representatives to fill about 1,300 oyster shell bags in support of the Marylanders Grow Oysters program.
Perdue Farms has invested $15 million in a higher-welfare controlled atmospheric stunning system at its Milford, Del., organic poultry plant.
The holiday season of giving started a bit early at the Milford branch of the Food Bank of Delaware .
Perdue associate and Georgia volunteer educator Carol Baker-Dunn selected as 2017 Agriculture Advocate of the Year ▶
The National Agriculture in the Classroom Organization (NAITCO) and National Grange selected Perdue Foods’ associate and Georgia volunteer educator Carol Baker-Dunn as the winner of its Agriculture Advocate Award for 2017.
The Perdue Foundation and the Food Bank of Delaware announce 'Drive Out Hunger' matching challenge grant to raise funds for new food bank truck
The compost is produced at the Perdue AgriRecycle facility in Blades, Del., and provides an environmentally friendly way to recycle nutrients from poultry production and processing.
Perdue Joins Harry K Foundation and Food Bank of Delaware to Distribute 500 Thanksgiving Meals To Families In Need ▶
Just in time for Thanksgiving, the Harry K Foundation and Perdue Farms, in partnership with the Food Bank of Delaware, distributed 500 “Thanksgiving for All” meal boxes and Perdue chicken roasters to schools supported year-round through the Harry K Foundation.
Perdue also donated chicken roasters that were included in each holiday meal box
Perdue Foods announces that it has removed all antibiotics from its chicken hatcheries, another step in setting a standard that defines the responsible use of antibiotics in poultry production.
Perdue is moving NO ANTIBIOTICS EVER™ protein into mainstream grocery categories and foodservice menu.