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Seaboard Foods Receives International Attention
05/08/2009

Seaboard Foods has received the 2009 Governor's Award for Excellence in Exporting.

Seaboard is an integrated company , focusing in on exporting pork products throughout the world, they shipped to 17 countries in 2008. Based on the volume of the order, the top five countries Seaboard Foods exported to Mexico, Japan, Hong Kong, Russia and Korea, in 2008.

Seaboard controls all aspects of the pork production process from genetics, to animal nutrition, processing and producing and exports the product according to the specific needs of the customer. Seaboard Foods' pork plant located in Guymon processes approximately 5.1 million head annually, company-owned farms in Kansas, Oklahoma, Colorado and Texas produce most of the hogs processed at the plant.

Seaboard Foods exports a full range of fresh and frozen products, including high-end bone-in and boneless pork loins, tenderloins, shoulder butts, shoulder picnics, ribs, ham and pork bellies. They also have variety meats, such as pigs feet, skin tongues, tounge, trimmings, bones, ears and fat, they also have offals, such as hearts, livers, glands and intestines.

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