By Nelson Gaydos, Outreach Specialist For over two years, AAMP and members of the North American Meat Institute, the Southwest Meat Association, the National Chicken Council, the National Turkey Federation, Keystone Foods, and several other food industry organizations, in cooperation with USDA-FSIS, have developed a best practices document for handling customer complaints of foreign material […]

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AAMP is pleased to announce that Oliver Irwin has joined the staff as the new Administrative Assistant, effective, October 16. Oliver is responsible for answering phones, handling inquires from members, and assisting staff with various tasks. He will also be trained to assist members in their Nutritional Analysis requests. Oliver previously worked as a teller […]

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Scammers recently targeted AAMP supplier and processor members using an invoice con that has cost some companies thousands of dollars.  How it works: A scammer sends out a fraudulent invoice to a processor that appears to come from a supplier company asking for them to wire the remaining balance on equipment they purchased. The invoices […]

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By Chris Young, Executive Director Within the past year, a number of AAMP members have had visits from their state Department of Labor and have been subject to write-ups and fines due to, in some cases, how they employ underage workers within their facilities. It is becoming increasingly difficult in today’s work climate to find […]

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Chad Lottman was elected president of the American Association of Meat Processors (AAMP) during the 79th Annual Convention of Meat Processors and Suppliers’ Exhibition, July 21, in Kansas City, Missouri. Lottman, along with wife, Courtney, are the owners and operators of C&C Processing in Diller, Nebraska, and Landmark Snacks in Beatrice, Nebraska. A first-generation processor, […]

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