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Perdue Farms Corporate Office Address

Perdue Farms, Inc.
31149 Old Ocean City Road
Salisbury, Maryland 21804

Contact Perdue Farms

Phone Number: (410) 543-3000
Fax Number: (410) 543-3532
Email: Email Perdue Farms

Perdue Farms Facts

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Perdue Farms Executives

CEO: James A. Perdue
CFO: Mark Garth
COO: Randy Day

Perdue Farms History

Perdue Farms was founded in 1920 by Arthur and Pearl Perdue, who had a small chicken farm. The company began by selling eggs, but later built a hatchery and sold chicks to other farmers. The company is still family owned and operated.

Today, Perdue Farms is one of  America’s largest providers of chicken, turkey and pork. In addition to farms, the company also owns processing plants. Perdue Farms is the parent company of Perdue Foods and Perdue Agribusiness. Estimates are that the company has $6 billion in annual revenue or more, and at least 19,000 full time employees.

In 2007, the company removed all antibiotics from their feed, however, they have been criticized by animal welfare groups for not providing their animals with better living conditions.

Perdue Farms FAQs

Question 1: What is the phone number for Perdue Farms?
Answer 1: The phone number for Perdue Farms is (410) 543-3000.

Question 2: Who is the CEO of Perdue Farms?
Answer 2: The CEO of Perdue Farms is James A. Perdue.

Question 3: Who founded Perdue Farms?
Answer 3: Perdue Farms was founded by in .

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LUCHESIA J BLOODWORTH August 9, 2019 at 8:21 pm

I was terminated due to pointing out… My car had gave me trouble, which I had called in an told my Lead that I wasn’t going to be able to make it to work.. I received a point which made me point out… The Supervisor shows so much favoritism.. I have heard several works brags about how the supervisor take away they points before they even fall off…Im a dedicated work, every time I got on that line I busted my a**, working hard to make sure I did my part as in trying to get the meat out to meet our quota.. I see now perdue don’t give a sh*t about how hard you work.. They only Care about the production… I once was on a heart moniyor, because my blood pressure had elevated due to the fact, stressing about me being on time to work an not trying to get points so I wouldn’t get terminated… I called an told my supervisor, guess what they didn’t care, I had to beg the Dr to release me from the heart monitor machine so I can make it to work an not get a point, which I couldnt stand at the particular time… One thing can say, if I did miss a day or was late for work, it had to be a pretty good reason an not just because any bull crap… Another thing I had a supervisor to tell some of my personal business, which is a breach of confidential… Nobody shouldn’t have anything about what I was going thru expect, me the supervisor an the Human Resource office…. But nooo, I had associates walking up to discussing my business with me, before I even knew what was going on… I was lost… I’m going file a complaint..


Jared Grossman July 16, 2019 at 10:33 am

I was feeding my 18 month old son chicken nuggets and he bit into a one inch bone. I have talked to customer service without much success. They were going to send me a coupon for a new package (big deal). My son could have choked. This is a product liability issue.


Mike Stallins July 2, 2019 at 9:28 pm

Leaking chicken packaging. I recently bought a Perdue chicken and put it in the refrigerator. The package burst open and the water from the package leaked all over the inside of the refrigerator. Today I bought another one and it burst open on the way home. Fortunately it was double bagged and only ruined a bag of onions. Given the dangers of bacteria in poultry it is my opinion that Perdue needs to package its chickens so they stay sealed until opened on purpose.


Anne Walker November 17, 2018 at 8:06 am

I am doing a talk on feathers, and am wondering if I can speak, or meet with someone about how you deal with all your chicken feathers.Feathers could be an amazing resource in the future, and since you are one of the biggest chicken processing companies, I would love to hear about you deal with all the feathers you get.

Anne Walker


Patricia September 30, 2018 at 3:06 pm

Do you go out of your way to make it near impossible to contact your office. Ten years ago I got through and asked a simple question ” I live in southern California where can I purchase your chicken”The stores here do not carry Perdue yet there are commercials constantly running on tv. The reply was ask your local stores!!! Stated Bros., Vons, Ralphs and Albertsons. No Perdue. But after reading the comments maybe I was smart to stop my search.


RoseMary Notaro February 26, 2018 at 7:32 pm

I have been married 44 years and I honestly don’t remember a time when I didn’t buy Perdue chicken products. Obviously I have always been satisfied. This week I purchased your new “Fresh Cuts” chicken strips. Thinking they would be a time saver, I thought I’d try them for a stir fry. What a disappointment when I opened the package to find HUGE strips of chicken. They were so thick and large I could have never used “as is” for stir fry.Okay ,so I re cut them in smaller strips. Each had to be cut into three extra strips. Then due to thickness, I had to cut them the other way. By now my “quick” stir fry had me sweating. Then I noticed a white grisliness vein running through the middle. By the time I was done, I swore to sit down and write this. The number on the package was 1 8050 11:03. Please rethink this item because I will certainly never purchase it again. It wasn’t cheap and it wasn’t quick!


Catrina Staton November 10, 2017 at 7:55 am

Just wanted to say that they really show favoritism out there &I really do what they want my supervisor fired me for no apparent reason for being late I had lost my car keys out there she didn’t know because she wasn’t there herself soo I struggle to find s ride to work she still fired me I was coming to work everyday on time she let plenty of people get away with stuff on that line I just want someone too call me soo I can get my job back @ 252-214-XXXXX


Cora Harris August 11, 2017 at 2:22 pm

Can somebody please call me at 252-396-XXXXX.. it’s about my job


Loretta Andrus May 27, 2017 at 10:45 am

As a frequent user of Perdue products I just wanted to inform you that I purchased a package of Perdue Thin Sliced chicken breast. Usually happy with your products, this time the cutlets were chewy and my husband just refused dinner because of the texture of the chicken. I will be returning them to the store today, but after putting all my hard work in preparing dinner, to find out it was uneatable.


Mary J.Buchta May 29, 2017 at 5:08 pm

I bit into a perdue chicken nugget

I bit into a perdue chicken and im


I bit into one of your chicken nugget & felt a painful crunch,and right away felt like my tooth was loose.It is a front tooth & feels like barely connected. Tomorrow I am starting a new job.It will be most unfortunate if I lose this job.

A little while ago I bit into a chicken nugget I felt a hard


Rebecca Rossiter June 30, 2017 at 5:39 pm

I bit into one of your breakfast sausage links and something hard was in the link and it cracked two of my teeth. I have to leave work immediately after calling my dentist for an emergency appointment and had two crowns for this injury. I talked to consumer relations at Perdue and they sent me the forms for my dentist to complete. He did and I returned them. He said the injury was caused by the sausage bite and confirmed my teeth had no issues prior. I also had a picture of the spit out piece and the packaging (a picture of it with all the data) I called earlier this week to check on the claim and was told the cost of the crowns were denied and pretty much stop calling. It’s denied bcuz I didn’t send in the piece of meat. Since this unfortunately doesn’t appear it can be handled, I am now on a mission to inform everyone I can in every avenue possible to share my experience and the customer service since. I realize accidents happen and your company can not be perfect (a pair of safety glasses recall in May for instance) however I have two porcelain teeth now from your sausage and I am 41 years old and have never had anything but a cavity and take great care of my health and teeth. I have shared my story on Facebook my user name is Rebecca Matz Rossiter and I made it public, feel free to look at it and the comments that follow from friends. Is it worth that? Guess it is. It’s so sad that your company just couldn’t have done the right thing after this unfortunate event and I am forced to file claims with the BBB, and post everywhere I can the experience so someone will listen and hear.


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