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Giant Meat Companies Are Actually the Perfect Home for Fake Meat

Tyson Foods, the globe's largest meat company, already knows how to create a "burger that bleeds." After all, its vast slaughterhouses churn out nearly a quarter of all the beef produced in the United States. On Monday, the company announced it had bought a 5 percent stake in Beyond Meat, which has generated massive hype with its meatless burgers that bleed beet juice, not cows' blood.
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