Smithfield Foods is proud to support the Faison Center with a grant for a driving simulator to teach driving skills in a safe environment to individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder. The Faison Center and Clemson University are conducting research using the simulator to refine driver education programs. This project aligns with our focus on education and helping communities where our people live ...
"The best thing about Smithfield is we're a $15 billion company that doesn't act like it," notes longtime executive John Pauley. He is just one of the many employees in this video who share their thoughts about Smithfield's collaborative corporate culture. All are passionate about their work and the role they play in the company's accomplishments.
Ashley DeDecker, Ph.D., is director of production research at Smithfield's Hog Production Division. Learn how she became interested in animal science and about her hopes to further improve animal care in the pork industry. You can also read more about Dr. DeDecker at the following link: http://www.smithfieldfoods.com/smithfield-up-close/meet-ashley
Retired Smithfield CEO Larry Pope and former Chief Sustainability Officer Dennis Treacy discuss the company's culture of sustainability. Among the topics, they talk about Smithfield's sow housing transformation and the importance of viewing sustainability as the responsibility of employees across the organization.
Smithfield Foods, the world’s largest pork company, and the Environmental Defense Fund, a leading non-profit environmental organization, are collaborating to advance on-farm conservation practices while still boosting crops grown for hog feed. This unexpected partnership is forging a new path toward a sustainable supply chain.