Theiler


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Theiler

Max. 1899--1972, US virologist, born in South Africa, who developed a vaccine against yellow fever. Nobel prize for physiology or medicine 1951
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Beyond the new cuts available, Theiler agrees that providing value is important.
Retailers are looking for brands that are indicative of the region as a way of differentiating themselves in terms of marketing and merchandising," says Theiler.
We strongly support all our retailers who want to demo our pork," Theiler says.
Rick Theiler, Senior Vice President of Research and Development for Dial Corporation agrees.
The 2 known species of the genus Cardiovirus, encephalomyocarditis viruses and Theiler viruses (2), are known to be pathogenic in several animal species and in humans (3-6).
According to Jay Theiler, vice president of brand development, a full line of merchandising materials is available to support each brand's position in the marketplace as well as to clearly communicate its attributes to consumers.
Theiler as Senior Vice President - Research and Development, with responsibility for all of Dial's research and development efforts.
The Wagyu breed has genetics that come from Japan, where the animals were raised for quality, not quantity, over the last few centuries, so they are not very efficient in terms of production," says Jay Theiler, director of brand development at Agribeef Co.
Many dinner decisions are made right before dinner, which means consumers typically want to be able to prepare the meal in 30 minutes or less," Theiler says.