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Meat Markets Go Without Key U.S. Prices After Cyberattack on JBS

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Meat Supplier JBS Shuts Down Slaughterhouses After Cyberattack

The price of meat in the U.S. on Tuesday was a mystery.

A cyberattack against JBS SA, the world’s biggest meat producer, not only succeeded in crippling slaughter plants across the U.S. It also prevented the U.S. Department of Agriculture from releasing wholesale prices for beef and pork that agriculture markets rely on daily.