JBS Green Bay is a one-shift beef processing plant located in southeast Green Bay, Wisconsin. The facility consists of a slaughter, fabrication and rendering areas and a distribution center.
The Green Bay facility opened its doors in 1961, employing 225 people. Today, over 1,200 employees work at the facility. A rendering plant was added in 1964 and a new fabrication room was built in 1989. The plant has operated under the names Packerland, Smithfield and, most recently, JBS (the largest protein producer in the world).