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Meat Purveyor Tyson Foods Invests in Faux Meat

The meat company now owns five percent of Beyond Meat That sound you hear? It isn't the sound of pigs flying, though it might mean that fewer of them get eaten. Tyson — the country’s largest processor of chicken, pork, and red meat products — has invested in a company that aims to get people to eat less meat. According to a press release, Tyson has taken a five-percent ownership stake in plant-based protein producer Beyond Meat.
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