4 FREE Pork Recipe Booklets from The Other White Meat
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4 Free Pork Recipe Books - The National Pork Board is offering four different recipe booklets for FREE! You can request that they mail them to you or you can download the PDF. To get yours, click this link then fill out the form and select the brochures you would like to have mailed. They only ship to the US but residents of other countries can download the free PDF files. Allow 4-6 weeks for your freebies to arrive.
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National Pork Board
The National Pork Board was created by an Act of Congress that established the pork Checkoff. The Pork Promotion, Research and Consumer Information Act of 1985 is commonly known as the Pork Act. Pork producers asked Congress to make the Checkoff a mandatory, national program and, in a vote in 1988, affirmed the continuation of the pork Checkoff. The Pork Act outlines how Checkoff funds must be used. The National Pork Board collects checkoff on all U.S. produced market hogs, feeder pigs, breeding stock, imported hogs and pork products. The National Pork Board administers programs and allocates Checkoff funds according to priorities determined by those who pay the checkoff. Producer priorities are determined through various methods to identify and prioritize key issues affecting the pork industry. At the national level, programs are administered by the National Pork Board. The Pork Act requires that a percentage of the Checkoff funds collected each year be returned to state producer associations. The National Pork Board is responsible for communicating with pork producers and the public. Communications tools include a quarterly magazine, newsletters and websites to keep people who pay the checkoff informed about the programs their investments support.