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America's Biggest Meat Company Is Investing In Fake Meat

One of the world’s largest meat processing companies is taking a 5-percent ownership stake in a company that produces plant-based faux meat products. Tyson Foods announced Monday that it’s investing in Beyond Meat, a privately held company best known for creating the “Beyond Burger,” a vegan burger that “bleeds” beet juice. The amount Tyson is investing has not been disclosed, The New York Times reports.
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