USA: Tyson Foods, Inc. breaks ground on new lab facilities, raises the bar in food safety research
As part of its ongoing commitment to providing families with high-quality food products, Tyson Foods, Inc., the nation's leader in poultry production, broke ground yesterday on a state-of-the- art, $5.2 million food safety laboratory expansion in Springdale, Ark. The new facility will more than double the size of the existing facility with a 17,500-square-foot expansion, dramatically increasing Tyson's testing capabilities by allowing for the implementation of new "high tech" procedures, which are not possible in the current laboratory.
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