GREELEY — JBS USA, one of the largest meat producers in the world, has secured $5 million from a $12 billion Trump administration program designed to help farmers negatively affected by the administration’s trade policies. The Washington Post reports that JBS will sell 1.8 million pounds of surplus pork products through the bailout. The pork will be distributed to food banks across the country. JBS USA employs about 73,000 workers and is owned by JBS SA, based in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
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