People are fleeing the meatpacking industry, and the meat industry is looking to capitalize on the crisis by expanding its reach.
It’s a recipe for disaster.
But in some places, meat is still a big business.
In the U.S., meatpacking accounted for $2.2 trillion in sales last year, up 14 percent from $1.7 trillion in 2015.
In Canada, it accounted for 14 percent of total meat consumption in 2016.
The U.K. was the third-largest meat exporter to the U, followed by Germany and Canada.
So, what’s next for the meat trade?
The Canadian government is considering a new meat tax, while a number of states are mulling whether to follow suit.
And in China, the industry is struggling.
In the U.-S.
meat industry, many producers are consolidating.
They’ve consolidated their operations, moving them into smaller buildings, or in some cases, into smaller countries.
This makes it difficult for local workers to get paid, said James S. Leung, president of the U-S.
Meat Institute, an industry trade group.
And the market for meat is also changing, as demand for more environmentally conscious meat is shifting, he added.
The U.N. has called on countries to adopt a carbon tax, and in March, the European Union announced it was exploring a similar system.
But even in the U., meat is seen as more of a luxury product than a necessity for the country’s economy.
The meat industry has a vested interest in keeping meat on the menu.
Its biggest customers are the rich, the rich in the world’s wealthiest countries, such as the United States, China and India, and a growing number of people who want to buy more meat.
Some countries have been doing their part, including Japan and Switzerland.
But the meatpackers that make up the meat export industry are trying to keep the U from falling off the global economic map.
They’re worried that the country could lose its position as a major exporter.
Some U.s. companies are moving their production to other countries, which could put a dent in sales.
Some meatpacking plants have shut down, and others have shifted production to Asia or other countries.
That’s leaving the U with less meat to sell.
To avoid a similar scenario, the meat-packing industry has been pushing back.
It has begun promoting alternative meat products, including fresh produce, and it’s encouraging its workers to eat healthier, which helps the industry keep costs down.
In Australia, for instance, a group of people are trying a meat-free diet, which is more affordable than most of its counterparts in the industrialized world.
And the company behind that initiative is in Australia.
The idea is to have people eat meat in the restaurant, which will cut down on food waste, and also to make the environment and the animals more environmentally friendly.