More Smithfield pork will be free of feed additive

10/10/2013 | Bloomberg

To build business in China, Smithfield Foods says it will trim use of ractopamine, which is added to hog feed to make leaner pork. About 40% of the company's pork is free of the additive, CEO C. Larry Pope says, and "we have the ability to expand that."

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