About SEABOARD FOODS

Seaboard Foods is one big pork project, but taxpayers should take heart -- the government has nothing to do with it. A subsidiary of Seaboard Corporation, the company produces and supplies fresh and frozen pork products to food processors, foodservice operators, and distributors across the US. It raises about 4 million hogs at facilities in Colorado, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Texas; Seaboard Foods has processing plants Montana, Oklahoma, and Utah. It sells bulk products mostly to processors to make such items as bacon, lunchmeats, and sausage; Seaboard Foods also sells processed pork under such brands as Daily's and Prairie Fresh. In addition, the company supplies private-label products for other customers.

While domestic markets form the core of Seaboard Foods' business, the company also sells products overseas in Japan, Mexico, and other countries under the Seaboard Farms brand. Pork products account for about 30% of Seaboard Corporation's revenue.

Looking to take advantage of growing interest in alternative energy sources, Seaboard Foods formed a joint venture with Oklahoma City-based Musket Corporation to produce biodiesel fuel from pork fat. High Plains Bioenergy began producing 60,000 gallons of fuel a day in 2008.

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Accounts Payable Clerk, Mission, KS - July 16, 2015
This is the best company I have worked for in my career thus far. They are challenging and listen to my concerns. Everyone is a team player, and we help each other in times of need. I have learned a lot working for this company.

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Headquarters
9000 W. 67th St.
Ste. 200
Shawnee Mission KS, United States 66202
Revenue
$25M to $100M (USD)
Employees
201 to 500
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