On the money: Spotlight on M&A ambitions as Tyson rides protein wave
Tyson Foods has seen sales and earnings growth lifted by consumer demand for proteins. The company has emphasised its strategy to grow organically, with a particular focus on prepared foods. However, Tyson also hopes to raise its growth trajectory through M&A - and here the group is coming up against some stiff competition. Katy Askew reports.
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