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McKinney, McCracken to Speak at Annual Meeting

An all-star roster of speakers will address issues of greatest interest to the industry at this year's annual meeting in Panama June 10-13.

Among the speakers invited to talk on these topics is Ted McKinney, USDA Undersecretary for Trade and Foreign Agriculture Affairs. McKinney captivated members with his presentation at the 2017 USAPEEC Winter Meeting in Washington, which he gave shortly after taking the post.

Christine McCracken is also returning for this year’s meeting. McCracken, of Rabobank, widely respected for her perspectives on the meat industry recently declared poultry the new king of the protein world.

See more in the May 20 edition of MondayLine.

Secretary Perdue in Japan and South Korea, discusses key agricultural issues and markets

Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue traveled to Japan and South Korea this week where he met with leaders from each of the two countries and discussed various agricultural issues as well as the importance of their markets to the U.S.

While Perdue was in Korea, USAPEEC staff Lan Sohn, Amy Sung, and Shinyung Chung attended a reception held in his honor at the official residence of U.S. Ambassador Harry Harris. In Japan, Izumi Amano of USAPEEC Japan also attended a reception for Perdue.

See more in the May 20 edition of MondayLine.

Uses, health benefits of U.S. turkey topics at India Turkey Challenge

USAPEEC, in collaboration with the Saigon Professional Chefs Guild (SPC), participated at the recent Vibrant Ho Chi Minh City Festival.

SPC took the opportunity to promote U.S. chicken, highlighting its versatility in local and fusion cuisine. The chefs served a sampling of five U.S. chicken dishes to festival visitors.

The four-day event attracted a mix of 15,000 tourists, locals and expats.

See more information in the May 20 edition of MondayLine.

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