Chinese Buy America’s Largest Pork Producer

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Chinese Buy America’s Largest Pork Producer

To satisfy China’s growing demand for pork as its middle class expands, the Chinese company Shanghui International Holdings is buying the American company Smithfield Foods, the world’s largest pork producer, for $4.7 billion. What do you think?

  • "Fuck, what if they take all the juiciest back fat?”

    Cynthia Harvey
    Powder Compounder
  • “Anyone who’s had the pork fried rice at Shanghai Kitchen knows those pigs are in good hands.”

    Rod Wenger
    Firewood Cutter
  • “Nothing says ‘I’ve made it’ like a mouthful of pig meat.”

    Gerald Croteau