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November 27, 2007

Bell & Evans Statement On The Use Of Ionophores

On November 20th 2007, The New York Times reported that the USDA withdrew their approval for Tyson Foods Antibiotic Free label due to the use of ionophores in their feed formulation. The USDA stated that it had long considered ionophores to be antibiotics and in a letter dated November 6th 2007 the USDA informed Tyson...

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May 1, 2007

Statement about the use of Melamine in animal feed

To Our Valued Customers: On Wednesday April 25, 2007, it came to national attention that a potentially harmful substance, melamine, was found in feed given to hogs and chickens in several states. Melamine is a chemical that is normally used in pesticides and resins. According to one theory, melamine may have been added to wheat...

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April 7, 2006

Bell & Evans chickens are never fed Arsenic!

For many years we have been talking about the use of Arsenic in poultry feed, fortunately on Wednesday 4/5/06, Marian Burros from the New York Times wrote an article confirming our concerns, “it (Arsenic) is deliberately being added to chicken in this country, with many scientists saying it is unnecessary. Until recently there was a...

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March 14, 2006

Bell & Evans featured on CNN

Bell & Evans Bio-Security With heightened concern about avian influenza, Bell & Evans chicken company in Fredericksburg, PA is a role model to the poultry industry in protecting its flocks. And, in the unlikely event of an outbreak, it has protocols in place to handle the situation. Bell & Evans was recently featured on CNN’s...

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October 19, 2005

The steps we take to combat the spread of Avian Influenza (Bird Flu)

Many of you have asked questions about what we do at Bell & Evans to protect our birds from Avian Influenza. So, we would like to take this opportunity to review with you our bio-security policies and procedures. At Bell & Evans, we pride ourselves on high bio-security practices at all times, not only in...

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September 24, 2004

New Products Ready For Market

We are pleased to announce the addition of three new items to our family of convenience foods, Fully Cooked Grilled Breasts, Breaded Boneless Skinless Breasts and Garlic Parmesan Breaded Breasts. All are of the same excellent quality you have come to expect from Bell & Evans. Look for them or your grocers shelves beginning in...

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October 24, 2003

Bell & Evans Partners with Newman’s Own Organics

Bell & Evans, the leading producer of healthy poultry products has entered into an agreement with Newman’s Own Organics to supply quality chicken for a new line of pet foods. Bell & Evans, a trusted consumer brand of natural foods since the 1890’s, is currently run by Scott I. Sechler, a prominent advocate for consumer...

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June 3, 2003

Bell & Evans Commits to Air Chill Expansion Project

Bell & Evans has committed to an AIR CHILL expansion project that will enable the company to supply fresh, air chilled, antibiotic free Bell & Evans chicken by the summer of 2005. The air chill project will be a new, state of the art facility that includes the latest technology from Europe. It will feature...

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July 7, 2000

Japan Welcomes Bell & Evans

Asian Market Opens for Pennsylvanica Dutch Poultry Over 100,000 pounds of Bell & Evans chicken were shipped to Japan in response to a recent foreign trade mission sponsored by the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture. Secretary Hayes visited the Bell & Evans plant in Fredericksburg, Lebanon County, to send off the first shipment and to sign the...

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June 7, 2000

National Governors Association Samples Bell & Evans

Fredericksburg, PA 7/7/00: Bell & Evans, headquartered in Fredericksburg, Lebanon County and a leading producer of premium poultry, will be donating over 3,000 pounds of chicken for the National Governor’s Association meeting in State College, Pennsylvania. In an effort to assist Governor Tom Ridge and Pennsylvania Secretary of Agriculture, Sam Hayes, in showcasing Pennsylvania’s agribusiness,...

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