Hide quality improvement at JBS

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Published:  13 November, 2013
A fresh hide being cooled in a bath of preservative products

The world’s largest meat processor and leather maker, JBS SA have been looking to improve hide quality from the farm, slaughter and to the tannery. They outline some of the methods undertaken to reduce damage at their plants in Brazil. Butcher cut damage has been reduced by over 50% in two years.

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