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JBS Says "Significant Progress" After Ransomware Attack, Sets To Reopen Meat Plants Wednesday 

JBS SA, the world's largest meat producer, released a statement in the overnight session stating "significant progress" has been made to resolve a ransomware attack that paralyzed its US operations and some plants in other countries.

"Our systems are coming back online, and we are not sparing any resources to fight this threat," JBS USA CEO Andre Nogueira said in a statement.

"Given the progress, our IT professionals and plant teams have made in the last 24 hours, the vast majority of our beef, pork, poultry and prepared foods plants will be operational Wednesday", Nogueira said.

The cyberattack forced the shutdown of all JBS' US beef plants, which account for almost a quarter of American supplies.

"On Sunday, 30 May, JBS USA determined that it was the target of an organized cybersecurity attack, affecting some of the servers supporting its North American and Australian IT systems", JBS said at the time.

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