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Concerns About COVID-19 Being Addressed by Government, Businesses
The U.S. Department of Labor has issued an emergency temporary standard that increases protections for private sector workers, while companies like Tyson make strides in providing safer, healthier environments.
Nov 5th, 2021
Tyson Foods Planning New Facility in Kentucky
The $355 million site in Bowling Green will produce Jimmy Dean and Wright Brand bacon products and is expected to create 450 full-time jobs.
Nov 1st, 2021
Tyson Foods to Build New Plant in Virginia
The company is investing $300 million in the fully cooked facility to meet increasing demand and accelerate its brand growth.
Aug 26th, 2021
General Mills Buys Tyson Foods’ Pet Treats Business
The purchase complements General Mills’ petfood line and plays a part in the reshaping of the company’s portfolio for growth.
Jul 7th, 2021
Tyson Foods Targets 2050 to Achieve Net Zero Greenhouse Gas Emissions
The move to net zero is an expansion of the company’s current science-based target of achieving a 30% GHG emissions reduction by 2030, which is aligned with limiting global temperature rise to 2 ℃.
Jun 10th, 2021
Tyson Foods Names Donnie King as President and CEO
King is assuming leadership immediately, following President and CEO Dean Banks’ resignation for personal reasons, following an 8-month tenure.
Jun 2nd, 2021
Tyson Foods Selling Pet Treats Business to General Mills
The sale will include the Nudges, True Chews, and Top Chews brands, in addition to a production facility in Independence, Iowa.
May 14th, 2021
In the News May 2021 Edition | Food Insecurity and Restaurant Consumer Trends Shift
Take Five Video: Consumers increase food spending and return to in-restaurant dining, but food insecurity caused by the pandemic continues. Beyond Meat enters China market, while General Mills and Smithfield continue to enhance their sustainability goals.
May 7th, 2021
Tyson Foods Opens New Tennessee Poultry Complex
The $425 million project, which includes a processing plant, feed mill, and hatchery, represents Tyson’s biggest investment in Tennessee.
Apr 8th, 2021