Seaboard Foods and Their Connected Food System are Ranked the Third Largest Pork Producer in the United States, the Fourth Largest Pork Processor in the United States and Processes More than 6 Million Hogs each Year.
As the third largest pig producer in the United States and the fourth leading pork processor, Seaboard Foods and their connected food system produces and sells fresh, frozen and processed pork to further processors, foodservice operators, retail outlets and other distributors in the United States. Internationally, Seaboard Foods produces and sells to distributors in China, Japan, Korea, Mexico and other foreign markets.
As part of a connected food system, Seaboard Foods with strategic partner Triumph Foods, has a total commitment to delivering the very best. Seaboard Foods raises their pigs on American farms managing every step of the process, setting it apart from the competition which guarantees safe, high-quality pork every time.
Seaboard Foods’ farm operations are located in Oklahoma, Kansas, Texas, Colorado and Iowa, and are supported by eight centrally located feed mills. The pig farms consist of genetic and commercial breeding, farrowing, nursery and finishing buildings. Seaboard Foods and their connected food system produces more than eight million hogs, making it the third-largest pig producer in the United States.
At the facility in Guymon, Okla., Seaboard Foods processes approximately six million market hogs annually. This plant operates at full capacity and processes more than four million pounds of products each day.
Portfolio of Companies
- Seaboard Foods LLC – Merriam, Kan.
- Seaboard Triumph Foods – Sioux City, Iowa
- Seaboard dé Mexico – Reynosa, Mexico*
- Daily’s Premium Meats, LLC – Salt Lake City, Utah; Missoula, Mont.; St. Joseph, Mo.
Seaboard Foods also has an exclusive agreement to market the products from its strategic partner Triumph Foods’ processing plant in St. Joseph, Mo. The producer-owners of Triumph Foods have a similar connected food system ensuring their products will be consistent with those from Seaboard Foods’ Guymon plant.
In 2015, Seaboard Foods and Triumph Foods announced the formation of a joint venture to build a pork processing plant in Sioux City, Iowa. The plant started operations in September 2017 and processes 21,000 market hogs a day. The market hogs for this plant are supplied by Seaboard Foods, the producer-owners of Triumph Foods and regional pig farmers, who have aligned their farm production practices for product consistency among all three processing plants.
In 2005, Seaboard Foods purchased Daily’s® Premium Meats including its two bacon processing facilities in Salt Lake City, Utah and Missoula, Mont. In September 2014, Triumph Foods purchased a 50 percent interest of the company from Seaboard Foods. These plants produce raw and pre-cooked bacon for retail and foodservice use. Daily’s built a third bacon processing plant in St. Joseph, Mo., and it began operations in 2016.