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January 26, 2016

Bell & Evans to build first humane animal welfare focused hatchery in US

ATLANTA, GA BELL & EVANS PARTNERS WITH HATCHTECH AND VISCON TO BUILD THE FIRST HUMANE ANIMAL WELFARE FOCUSED CHICK HATCHERY IN THE UNITED STATES Bell & Evans, Fredericksburg, PA, USA, HatchTech, Veenendaal, the Netherlands, and Viscon, Gravendeel, the Netherlands, have signed an agreement for the construction of the first Humane Animal Welfare Focused Chick Hatchery...

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August 2, 2015

300 New Jobs at Bell & Evans New Plant

In about a month, Bell & Evans' state of the art processing plant on Route 22 in Bethel Township will open, and about 300 new employees will begin working there. When they do, they will enjoy the benefits of a generous health care program.

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July 15, 2015

Murry’s Inc. Voluntary Recall of Gluten Free Nuggets

Today, the USDA issued a voluntary recall notice on one item produced at Establishment P-516, Murry’s, Inc., in Lebanon, PA. This item was produced and packaged by Murry’s, Inc., for the Bell & Evans’ brand. The product in question is focused on one production date of March 25, 2015 to include Bell & Evans GLUTEN...

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November 9, 2013

Our Turkey Partner Donates $50,000

Our turkey partner, Jaindl Farms, shares the same philosophy of giving back.  $50,000 presented to the Wounded Warrior Project!  Thank you to all our servicemen and women.  We salute you!!!

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February 13, 2013

Even Friends Can Sometimes Disagree – Perdue/The Commonwealth

Letter from Scott Sechler: In my opinion, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is about to support their second biggest mistake in just a few years — the Perdue Hexane Extraction Soybean Processing Plant in Lancaster County.  The first was the Ethanol plant in Clearfield County that went bankrupt. Hexane extraction soybean processing was studied and turned down...

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December 25, 2012

In Hopes of Healthier Chickens, Farms Turn to Oregano

Source: The New York Times FREDERICKSBURG, Pa. — The smell of oregano wafting from Scott Sechler’s office is so strong that anyone visiting Bell & Evans these days could be forgiven for wondering whether Mr. Sechler has forsaken the production of chicken and gone into pizza. Oregano lies loose in trays and tied into bunches...

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November 19, 2012

Epicurious Names Bell & Evans Fresh Turkey “Top Pick”

Source: Epicurious has named Bell & Evans fresh turkey as its top pick in their taste test of supermarket turkeys: Fresh Bell & Evans Turkey Weight: 13 lbs. (2.99 per lb.) Average rank: 3 ½ forks Pros: This free-range turkey was the highest ranking of the bunch, winning our Epi Top Pick. “It actually tastes like turkey,” said...

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November 1, 2012

Bell & Evans Premium Turkeys Available for the Holidays

FREDERICKSBURG, PA – November 6, 2012 – More than 50 million American families will sit down to a traditional turkey dinner this Thanksgiving. Bell & Evans, retailers of The Excellent Turkey™, offers excellent tips on choosing the right turkey – and the best recipe – for your Thanksgiving dinner. “Bell & Evans turkeys give you...

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September 25, 2012

Bell & Evans Supports Local Farmers Through 2012 Farm Aid Sponsorship

Fredericksburg, PA – September 25, 2012 — Bell & Evans brought its staunch support of family farms to Hersheypark Stadium on Saturday as the only local sponsor of this year’s Farm Aid concert. This year marked Farm Aid’s 27th year supporting family farms. The event drew more than 30,000 spectators from across the northeast. Bell &...

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September 20, 2012

Bell & Evans Air Chilled Premium Fresh Chicken Rated #1 By Cook’s Illustrated Magazine Taste Test

Source: Cook’s Illustrated Bell & Evans Air Chilled Premium Fresh Chicken earned Cook’s Illustrated’s highest recommendation in a national taste test published in the September/October edition. Named the best-tasting whole chicken east of the Rocky Mountains, Bell & Evans Air Chilled Whole Chicken surpassed a host of other nationally known poultry producers. “Thanks to almost three hours of...

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