Perdue Farms Inc. produces and distributes food and agricultural products and services. It offers organic chicken, turkey, and pork products. The company also processes soybeans, hulls, other oil seeds, and refined edible oils, as well as grains, soy products, and protein products; procures, processes, and trades commodities for feed, food, pet food, fertilizer, and renewable fuels markets; imports and exports agricultural commodities, including corn, soy meal and oil, wheat, and barley; and produces lecithin for food manufacturers. In addition, it produces vegetable oil products for non-food applications, such as biodiesel, lubrication, personal care products, and cosmetics; trades feed and...
31149 Old Ocean City Road
Salisbury, MD 21804
Founded in 1920
EnWave Corporation Signs Technology Evaluation and License Option Agreement with Perdue Farms Incorporated
Apr 15 15
EnWave Corporation announced that Perdue Farms Incorporated has signed a technology evaluation and license option agreement for a research and development program and marketing study. The agreement grants Perdue the right to evaluate EnWave's technology for the potential production of a variety of food applications. Perdue will have an option to license the use of REV technology, on an exclusive basis, in the U.S. for a variety of food applications.
Perdue Farms Names Randy Day as President of Perdue Foods
Feb 16 15
Perdue Farms has named Randy Day as president of Perdue Foods. Prior to his promotion, Day was executive vice president of supply chain for Perdue Foods. Day currently serves on the National Chicken Council Board of Directors.
Perdue Farms Inc. and The Humane Society of the United States Announces Settlement of Two Federal Cases in New Jersey and Florida
Oct 13 14
Perdue Farms Inc. and The Humane Society of the United States announced the settlement of two federal cases in New Jersey and Florida concerning Perdue’s 'humanely raised' claim on its Harvestland chicken labels. The settlement requires the plaintiffs to dismiss their claims with prejudice, in exchange for Perdue agreeing to remove the 'Humanely Raised' label claim from its Harvestland chicken packaging. The proposed class action cases were filed in 2010 and 2013 by individual consumers who contended that Perdue’s 'Humanely Raised' claim on the packaging of its Harvestland brand chicken was misleading. Perdue vigorously opposed plaintiffs’ claims.