Cactus, the beef workers’ union, is calling on JBS to work with state and federal leaders to resolve a cyberattack, that affects more than 25,000 JBS meatpacking workers nationwide, including Cactus beef workers. As a result of the breach, the JBS Cactus Beef Plant was shut down Tuesday, along with other facilities across the country. The United Food and Commercial Workers International Union President says he’s calling for action to ensure the meatpackers can get back to work to keep the food supply safe and secure. The cyberattack could hit America’s food bills, as JBS is the world’s largest meat processing company. The company’s five biggest plants here in the U.S handle more than 22,000 cattle per day.