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Tyson Foods, Inc. engages in the production of processed food. It operates through the following segments: Chicken, Beef, Pork, and Prepared Foods. Read More The Chicken segment involves in domestic operations related to raising and processing live chickens into fresh, frozen, and value-added chicken products, as well as sales from allied products. The Beef segment includes operations related to processing live fed cattle and fabricating dressed beef carcasses into primal and sub-primal meat cuts and case-ready products. The Pork segment comprises operations related to processing live market hogs and fabricating pork carcasses into primal and sub-primal cuts and case-ready products. The Prepared Foods segment manufactures and markets frozen and refrigerated food products and logistic operations to move products through the supply chain. The company was founded by John W. Tyson in 1935 and is headquartered in Springdale, AR.
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Tyson Foods trades as part of the consumer defensive sector and consumer packaged goods industry. Tyson Foods Inc processes and distributes value-added beef, chicken pork, prepared foods and related allied products, including animal and pet food ingredients. Its product brands are Wright, Jimmy Dean, Hillshire Farm, Ball Park and Sara Lee. Previous Intraday Trading Performance: The TSN stock showed a previous change of 1.28% with an open at 66.54 and a close of 67.46. It reached an intraday high of 67.98 ...
Tyson recalling nearly 70,000 pounds of chicken strips after a report of metal pieces
Tyson Foods is recalling over 69,000 pounds of its ready-to-eat chicken strips after two consumers complained of finding metal with their meals, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service.
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Tyson recalls 69K lbs. of chicken strips for possible metal contamination
Tyson Foods (TSN -0.4% ) is recalling 69K lbs. of frozen, ready-to-eat chicken strips that may have been contaminated with pieces of metal, the U.S. Department of Agriculture announces. The problem was discovered after two consumer complaints of extraneous material in the chicken strips, but there have been no confirmed reports of adverse reactions. The recall is TSN's second this year following the January recall of 18 tons of White Meat Panko chicken nuggets for possible rubber contamination....
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