What the JBS cyberattack means for your meat supply

JBS USA, the country’s top beef producer and its second largest producer of pork, suffered a cyberattack this weekend, prompting reported shutdowns at company plants in the United States and globally. On Tuesday evening, an official from the United Food and Commercial Workers union said all US JBS beef plants are shut down.However, JBS released a statement Tuesday night indicating most of its food plants will be open Wednesday.”Given the progress our IT professionals and plant teams have made in the last 24 hours, the vast majority of our beef, pork, poultry and prepared foods plants will be operational tomorrow,” said Andre Nogueira, CEO of JBS USA.The company also

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