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AMS food purchases
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AMS food purchases weekly summary
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Agricultural Marketing Service food purchases. Weekly summary
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A.M.S. food purchases
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AMS FOOD


-1U RCHIASES


UNITED STATES
DEPARTMENT OF
AGRICULTURE
AGRICULTURAL
MARKETING SERVICE
SWASHINGTON, D.C. 20250


WEEKLY
SUMMARY


VOL. xiv
NO. 8


November 19, 19e4
89 ur ~r the week of November 12-16, the U.S. Department of Agriculture's
Agri ul u 1 Marketing Service announced 5 commodity purchases totaling
10,634 0 pounds at a cost of $9,273,000.

-OS10 purchases were: fresh frozen cut-up chicken, bulk pack chicken,
en thighs and drumsticks; frozen ground beef patties, and canned pork.

All purchases were for school lunch and other domestic feeding programs
with the bulk going to the school lunch program.

Offers were invited for: fresh frozen cut-up chicken, bulk pack chicken,
chicken thighs and drumsticks; frozen ground beef patties, and canned pork.
The canned pork p ro g ram i s n ea r i n g comp l et i o n .

Those needing additional information should contact the Contracting
Officer, Livestock Division telephone (202) 447-2650; Contracting Officer,
Commodity Procurement Branch, Poultry Division telephone (202) 447-7693; or
Commodity Procurement Branch, Fruit and Vegetable Division telephone (202)
447-4517, (depending upon commodity involved), AMS, USDA, Washington, D.C.
20250.

The AMS food purchase summaries are published by the Office of Deputy
Administrator, Commodity Services, Room 3064-South, AMS, USDA, Washington, D.C.
20250. Telephone (202) 447-5231. Distribution is free upon request. To
change your address or have your name removed from our mailing list, please
send correct information along with the mailing label from a previous issue.


WEEK'S PURCHASES


OFFERS INVITED


Commodity Quantityl/ Costl/ Award Shipping Bids Acceptance Shipping
(1,000 Ibs.) ($1,000) range.3/ period due by period
I


Chicken,fresh
frozen cut-up
Chicken,
bulk pack
Chicken,thighs
& drumsticks
Ground beef,
frozen pattie
Canned pork


3,420
(31,958)
360
(1,944)
380
(2,052)
2,873
s(21,433)
3,602
(10,805)


2,073
(18,788)
191
(1,018)
206
(1,143)
2,814
(22,189)
3,989
(12.334)


$0.5680-
0.6270
$0.5178-
0.5425
$0.5271-
0.5692
$0.9500-
1.0069
$1.1044-
1.1124


Dec 16-29:

Dec 16-29:


Nov 23

Nov 23


Dec 16-29: Nov 23

Dec 16-22: Nov 23

Dec 16-29: Nov 26


Nov 29 Dec
Jan
Nov 29 Dec
Jan
Nov 29 Dec
Jan
Nov 30 Dec
Jan
Nov 30 Dec
Jan


30-
12
30-
12
30-
12
30-
5
30-
12


Lower figure, in parentheses, is cumulative
Chicken program announced July 13; frozen
2; and canned pork program announced Oct. 5.


2/ In dollars per pound.


1/ Upper figure is current week's purchase.
total for the ongoing purchase program.
ground beef patty program announced July




a


AWARPCS


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MA ( 3AuE :. ET -:.. 'iC.
*11 1I FL
Bu7T'-ER, 'ii:
SAL SBURT .iC
:HARLEST)N, WV
TOTAL AwARDED I1,2uU L.S


';jLJdEGE- INC.
'i .'.-E" OL iS. ".
DES MI'u *iLE., ;A,
EAU :LA; E. .I
M:L'.iIJK. E, [
TOTAL AWAROED -


113,400 LBS.


H&6 MEAT 'ROD. CO.
MEiCEDES, Tk
CON0US C:RISTI, .T
L'. i.CB:. "
AC-LL:I,
TO7AL WARDJED Li,40.iJ LBS.


3E.JI TT, .*1
:I :AGO, IL
LITTLET-I, 'iH
GPEEN 3AS, WI
MAO'LSON, 4
TU7TL AWARDED i39,'1J LBS.

LOGu.I0NS 'IE4T CO., INC.
T:LER, T.x
LA:DOvE.Er, :MD
PORwT NEWARK, NJ
P-[LADELPHIA, PA
:UxPUS CHRISTI, TX
LUBBOCK, TX
SAN 4-rGELO, T
SAN ANTONIO. TX
TOTAL AwARDED 453,UU0 LBS.


'J&. L3 '-, .


3' ",300j
37,dUU
53,600
7,50 U




i,!Ju
3:,3uu


37,800


37, J00
1 1 21U
27,:JU




'5 500
37,800
37,300





3',iJ0U


37,300O
151,200
75,6U0

37,800
37,600
37,300
5,600


0.9d40
0.9d84u


J.9a40










,J. M-rb






iJ.- iU





,3. .o2u


3 .. -700

3.9500
0.950U
0.9500uO
0.9500


*1~


-'C: .V:u ij 3EEF P T I ;ES C...T I UED


.: r:' .Cif ,'-C' S I iG .,][I T
r.-J.3. jEST: i' ;.,

dPRE-E 3EEF POC.
DALLAS, Tv
LOS ANGELES. CA
SACRA.IE.iTO, CA
OENIVER, CO
GRANITE CITY, IL
MILLARD, NE
.T. LOUIS, MO
il [ELAND, '*J
-L3U,;UE~IO:JE. '.,1
*iORTH STRABANE, PA
fORK, PA
:MEMtPHIS, TN
EL PASO, T
MCALLEN, TX
TOTAL AWARDED 1,i12,u00 'B5.

T-'A LOP 'AC IG CO '.'
S-L.J-i : 'i -'4
E-i T iARMTFl)D, CT
CHLT.urjA, oA

,iLLLAi-1SPO'RT, PA
PROVIDENCE, RI
ESEE( JuNCTIONj, /T
TOTAL AWARDED 34.,20u LBS.


-.' LBE
"iO. -lij. i.La.


340,200
189,0UU
75,600
151,200
37,8U0
226,800
113,100

113,40u
75,6u0
75 ,6UU
37 3UO
37,86UU





5 ,6ud
3' 401)
3',300
37,300
37 ,.300


0.9759
0.9771
0.9806
0.9764
0.9769
0.9735
0.995a
J.3799
0.9897
0.9948
0.9757
0.9d12





L.0055
0.986d
L O.

0.9941
1.0069
1.0069


CANNED PORK


COMPANY,' PROCESSING POINTT i
F.O.B. DESTINATION

Lakeside Packing
Plainview, MN
Quincy, IL
Omaha, fIE
TOTAL AWARDED 2,233,116

The Larsen Company
Green Bay, UI
Quincy, IL
TOTAL AWARDED 1,368,684


PQICE
NiO. LBS. S/L3.



132,216 1 .1124
1,300,900 1 .1044




1,368,684 1.1097


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AWARDS


FROZEN CHICKEN
COMMODITY A (CUT-UP)

C rlPni & F.O.B.
OEI Tl -TION

CONAGRA POULTRY
ENTERPRISE, AL
EASTMUNT, AL

GOLDEN POULTRY CO.
DOUGLAS, GA
WAYCROSS, GA
NAMPA, ID

GOLD KIST,INC.
ATLANTA, GA
GRANITE CITY, IL
MILWAUKEE, WI
GREEN BAY, WI
MAL;EN, MO
ROCKVILLE, MD

GREEN ACRE FARMS, INC.
WALNUT GROVE, MS
HATTIESBURG, MS
ALE,.ArJDRiA, LA
BATON ROUGE, LA
LITTLE ROCK, AR
CAMBRIDGE CITY, IN
IOWA CITY, IA

DAVID ELLIOT POULTRY FARM
LAKE ARIEL, PA
WESTBURY, NY

0. K. FOODS INC.
FT. SMITH, AR
MILLARD, NE
SPRINGFIELD, MO
ST. PAUL, MN


PRICE
NO. LBS. $/LB.



76,000 0.6001



76,000 0.5920
76,000 0.6176


114,000
38,000
38,000
38,000
38,000



38,000
38,000
114,000
114,000
38,000
38,000


0.6058
0.6091
0.6111
0.6038
0.6100



0.5765
0.5805
0.5805
0.5818
0.5907
0.5921


38,000 0.5680


76,000
152,000
76,000


0.6100
0.6000
0.6150


NOTE: INDICATES NINE-PIECE CUT; ALL OTHER
COMMODITY A IS EIGHT-PIECE CUT.

On the contract awarded to Choctaw Maid Farms
on Oct. 31, the price for Corpus Christi, TX
should have been $.5871.


COMMODITY A (CUT-UP) CONTINUED

|IMIP~Ii| & F.0.B.
DESTINATION

SPRING VALLEY FARMS, INC.
OXFORD, AL
CONWAY, SC
ORANGEBURG, SC
ST. LOUIS, MO
LANDOVER, MD
MCALLEN, TX
N. STRABAIJE, PA
CHARLOTTE, NC
ELBERTON, GA
DOVER, DE

PECO FOODS INC.
TUSCALOOSA, AL
KOKOMO, IN
MADISON, AL
BIRMINGHAM, AL
EAU CLAIRE, WI
TROTWOOD, OH
TOLEDO, OH

MAR-JAC, INC.
GAINESVILLE, GA
WESTBURY, NY
BUFFALO, NY
BRONX, NY

FIELDALE CORP.
BALDWIN, GA
GRANITE CITY, IL
BRONX, NY
COLUMBUS, OH
LANDOVER, MD
BALTIMORE, MD
KENBRIDGE, VA
JACKSON, OH

GRESS FOODS
GAINESVILLE, GA
GRIFFIN, GA
AUGUSTA, GA
MARLBORO, NY
YORK, PA


PRICE
NO. LBS. S/LB.


38,000
38,000
76,000
38,000
38,000
38,000
38,000
38,000
38,000



38,000
76,000
38,000
38,000
38,000
76,000



114,000
76,000
38,000



152,000
190,000
38,000
76,000
38,000
38,000
38,000



38,000
38,000
38,000
38,000


0.6130*
0.6120*
0.6155
0.6230*
0.6210
0.6216
0.6135*
0.6080*
0.6270*



0.6099
0.5915
0.5900
0.6149
0.6099
0.6099



0.6113
0.6113
0.6113



0.6020
0.6118
0.6020
0.6060
0.6060
0.6020
0.6020



0.5890
0.5890
0.6113
0.6100


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CHU':TAw MAl[ cRMS, INC.
CARTHAGE, MS
COR'uS CI:ISTl r 38,00U U.6LS4
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T3TIBI.B O FjUOS
R'."'ELLi LLE, ,.
SIOuik :ALL. 3 0 '6,0JU iJ.521"
CASPER, r 3d8,0UO 0.549'
SEATTLE, WA 3a,UOU U.5692
MILLARO, IE 76,0UO 'J.52'1
OENVER. CO 75,000 0.5363
LAS JE'GAS, 'I 38,000 0.5495
E'jO, 'iV 38 ,UOU 0.547