On the money: Tyson looks to value-added, international for growth

By Michelle Russell | 20 November 2012

US meat giant Tyson Foods has said it will look to accelerate growth in value-added poultry, prepared foods and in its international business to drive sales over the next three years.

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US meat giant Tyson Foods has said it will look to accelerate growth in value-added poultry, prepared foods and in its international business to drive sales over the next three years.

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