Tyson Foods has been hit with proposed fines of more than $104,000 after a worker was killed at its Dakota City processing facility in March.
‘Pink slime’ manufacturer, Beef Products Inc. (BPI), has confirmed the almost immediate closure of three of its four plants, in the latest wave of repercussions surrounding the product.
Chicken processing “titan” Donald Tyson has died aged 80.
Meat giant Tyson has agreed to pay $5m to settle a class action law suit brought by US consumers over claims its processed chicken was antibiotic free.
Tyson Foods has challenged an FDA-assessment that one of its Texas food processing plants had committed “serious violations” of the seafood Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) regulation.
Costco Wholesale Corporation has forged a partnership with food giant Tyson to buy its beef trimmings, after testing to confirm that they are free E. coli infection.
A Tennessee flock of 15,000 breeder hens has been culled after tests revealed a mild strain of avian influenza. The birds, which were being raised under contract for Tyson...
Tyson Foods pleaded guilty yesterday to wilfully violating worker safety regulations that led to a worker’s death over five years ago in its River Valley Animal Foods (RVAF) plant in...
Tyson Foods has announced the departure of its chief executive, Dick Bond, a move which reflects the difficulties facing the US meat industry.
More consistency and clarity is needed on the USDA's labeling and advertising rules on meat and livestock-raising claims, Tyson Foods has said as it announced the withdrawal of its 'raised...
Nestlé, Bunge, Danisco, Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, and Tyson Foods are the first food processors to join a programme to develop global reporting standards on sustainability projects in the sector.
Poultry products from Tyson Foods from this week will no longer be sourced from birds routinely fed antibiotics.
Tyson foods, the world's largest protein processor, is set to boost its new product development with the opening of a new "Discover Center" in Arkansas for R&D. ...
Tyson Foods and Michael Foods will pay out about $1m each for falling afoul of environmentallaws.
A federal jury this week has ruled in favor of Tyson Foods in a "donning and doffing" wage dispute brought to court by workers.
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