Korean Backed Company Plans Beef Plant20 May 2013
US - Scottsbluff City Council in Nebraska is due to discuss an application by Future Food Energy to build a meat processing plant in the town.
The application is to buy 43 acres of land owned by the city at Immigrant Trails Industrial Park.
The company, which is backed by a South Korean investor, is offering the city council $10,000 an acre for the site.
Discussion on the plans is due to take place today (20 May) and could be taken behind closed doors.
According to reports the company, also known as F2E, is owned by cattle producers from Nebraska and eastern Wyoming, and will produce beef for the domestic and the Asia markets.
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