US meat giant Tyson Foods acquires slice of vegan start-up Beyond Meat

Madeleine Cuff
US meat giant Tyson Foods acquires slice of vegan start-up Beyond Meat

America's largest meat processor acquires five per cent stake in food firm that makes meat substitutes from plant protein

Tyson Foods, the largest meat company in the US by sales, has acquired a five per cent stake in Beyond Meat, a firm that makes realistic meat substitutes from plant proteins. Beyond Meat's flagship...

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