INDIA: Tyson JV: We need more than "Brand India" meat plan

By Mini Pant Zachariah | 22 June 2012

India's plan to create a brand to promote domestically-produced meat and meat products could fail if the links between livestock producers and processors are not strengthened, Tyson Foods' local venture has warned.

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India's plan to create a brand to promote domestically-produced meat and meat products could fail if the links between livestock producers and processors are not strengthened, Tyson Foods' local venture has warned.

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