Tyson Foods worker dies in accident at Texas facility 2021/01/08 17:35:00 WATT Global Media
A Tyson Foods team member was killed in a January 7 accident at its facility in Sherman, Texas.
New Wave Foods lines up plant-based seafood launch after funding round 2021/01/08 11:34:00 Just Food
New Wave Foods, a fledgling US firm offering plant-based seafood, is gearing up for its launch onto the market after completing a round of funding. related to Tyson Foods, Seafood and seafood alternatives, Foodservice strategy, M&A and joint ventures, NPD & innovation,
NW Natural and BioCarbN Form Innovative Renewable Natural Gas Partnership with Tyson Foods 2021/01/07 21:03:00 Business Wire
PORTLAND, Ore.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--NW Natural and BioCarbN to convert methane from some of Tyson Foods facilities into renewable natural gas (RNG) to heat homes and businesses.
Tyson Foods resumes slaughtering hogs at idled Iowa pork plant 2021/01/06 22:30:26 Investing.com
Jimmy Dean® Brand Breakfast Offerings Expand with Introduction of New Plant-Based Patty Breakfast Sandwiches 2021/01/06 14:00:00 PR Newswire
SPRINGDALE, Ark., Jan. 6, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Jimmy Dean® brand, maker of America's favorite protein breakfast1, and part of the Tyson Foods (NYSE: TSN) portfolio of brands, is meeting the growing demand for meat alternative options with the launch of two new sandwiches featuring a…
No deal: Sanderson Farms rejects buyout offer 2020/10/30 14:02:00 Food Business News
Durational Capital Management is said to have proposed the buyout along with Tyson Foods.
Sanderson Farms Issues Statement 2020/10/29 19:15:00 Business Wire
LAUREL, Miss.--(BUSINESS WIRE)---- $SAFM--Sanderson Farms, Inc. (NASDAQ: SAFM) today issued the following statement: Sanderson Farms has not received a proposal from Tyson Foods and Durational Capital Management. The Sanderson Farms Board of Directors has unanimously rejected an unsolicited proposal from Durational Capital Management, a new shareholder, to acquire the Company for $142 per share, a price that very substantially undervalues Sanderson Farms and its future prospects and is significantly belo
Maior produtora de carnes dos EUA substitui trabalhadores por robôs 2020/10/28 18:01:37 Clarin
A Tyson Foods, a maior produtora de carnes dos EUA, iniciou um processo para equipar 19 frigoríficos, destinados ao abate das 40 milhões de aves que processa semanalmente, com elementos robóticos.
Tyson Gets OK to Use Employees, Technology for Safety Inspections at Meat Plant 2020/10/28 05:00:05 Insurance Journal
Tyson Foods said on Tuesday it plans in January to have company employees take on duties from more than a dozen federal inspectors at a large Kansas beef plant, after getting a U.S. government waiver. Tyson said the change would …
Tyson Foods workers to replace some federal inspectors at U.S. beef plant 2020/10/27 21:45:25 Investing.com
Tyson Foods (TSN): Increased need for protein and growth in ecommerce are tailwinds for long-term growth 2020/10/06 19:11:29 AlphaStreet
Shares of Tyson Foods Inc. (NYSE: TSN) have dropped 35% since the beginning of this year and 27% over the last 52 weeks. The stock is currently trading 5% below its 50-day moving average of $61.93. Despite facing challenges from the COVID-19 pandemic, the company has managed to remain fairly resilient in the current environment. […]
Children of deceased Tyson worker allege lax COVID-19 safety 2020/10/05 18:27:46 The Gazette Iowa
IOWA CITY, Iowa — The children of a Tyson Foods worker who died of the coronavirus in April have filed a lawsuit claiming his plant took few safety precautions before he and others became infected in Iowa’s first major outbreak. Pedro Cano, 51, worked on the kill floor elbow-to-elbow with others at Tyson’s pork processing plant in Columbus Junction, according to the lawsuit recently filed in Johnson County. Cano developed COVID-19 symptoms April 2, four days before Tyson announced that two dozen workers had tested positive and that production would be suspended. The lawsuit says Cano was hospitalized April 10 and died April 14. The plant resumed production with new safety measures a week after his death. Cano’s three adult children filed the wrongful death lawsuit, which claims their father worked less than six feet away from others with no barriers in between and wasn’t given a mask by Tyson. In all, state records show that 522 of the plant’s 1,300 workers tested positive for coronavirus, two died and a dozen required hospitalization.
I've not eaten KFC since the 80s. It's plant-based chicken nuggets will change that | Bruce Friedrich 2020/09/22 12:46:27 The Guardian
Ignore the naysayers. For anyone who cares about the footprint of industrial animal agriculture, we should applaud KFC’s plans I have not eaten at KFC since Ronald Reagan was president, but that’s about to change, because KFC has announced plans to launch plant-based fried chicken (which is made of legumes) in southern California and real chicken grown directly from cells in Russia. Either of these announcements would have been among the top three events for alternative proteins in 2020. Combined, they are truly groundbreaking. The California announcement is another first for Beyond Meat, the trailblazing plant-based meat company that convinced Tyson Foods in 2016 that plant-based meat is here to stay. That was the first time a major meat company had invested in the technology. Now Beyond Meat has done it again, convincing one of the most iconic fast-food brands in the world to introduce a plant-based version of its signature recipe. Continue reading…
World Hot Dogs and Sausages Market Analysis and Competitor Profiles 2020, Featuring Atria Plc, Nestle SA, San Miguel Cop, Tyson Foods and More 2020/09/21 19:30:00 PR Newswire
DUBLIN, Sept. 21, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- The "Global Hot Dogs and Sausages Market 2020-2024" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. The hot dogs and sausages market is poised to grow by $7.20 Billion during 2020-2024 progressing at a CAGR of 2% during the forecast…
Enterprise startup Incentify raised $2.7 million from tax consultancy Ryan with this pitch deck 2020/09/16 10:48:35 Business Insider
Summary List Placement Enterprise startup Incentify announced Tuesday it had raised $4.25 million in a funding round backed by Ryan LLC and a string of angel investors. Founded in 2019, California-based Incentify provides clients with an easy-to-navigate platform, helping them to better understand the kinds of government tax credits and incentives they can use to save money. The firm — which boasts big-name clients such as ViacomCBS and Tyson Foods — estimates US businesses cumulatively miss out on $1.4 trillion in such deductions each year. Ryan LLC – led by chief executive Brint Ryan – made up most of the firm's latest seed round, with $2.7 million of investment. "We invested because they wouldn't sell us the whole company," Ryan told Business Insider this week. "We've been in the credits and incentives business for a long time, but this is the first platform we've seen that we thought could truly make a difference to the way things are done." With this fresh round of investment from Ryan LLC, as well as a string of angel investors, Sotsky said the firm would boost its headcount from 20 to 30 over the course of the coming year, and continue to scale in line with demand for its product.