Tyson Foods Begins Work On $3.5 Million Tennessee Childcare Center

Tyson Foods broke ground Wednesday (April 20) on a new $3.5 million childcare center at its Humboldt, Tenn., poultry processing plant. The Springdale-based meat giant said Tyson Tykes will be an early childhood learning center run by KinderCare and subsidized by the company to lower childcare costs for employees at that facility.

Tyson Foods Commits $1M To Help Its Workers Become U.S. Citizens

Tyson Foods is stepping up its effort to support immigrant workers who wish to become U.S. citizens.

Tyson Fresh Meats’ Kent Harrison Named Agribusiness Leader

April 1, 2022 Midan

Kent Harrison, vice president of marketing and premium programs at Tyson Foods Fresh Meats has been named the National Agri-Marketing Association’s Agribusiness Leader of the Year.

Tyson Foods Invests in Bowling Green, Kentucky with State-of-the-Art Facility

February 14, 2022 Tyson Foods, Inc.

Tyson Foods leadership, Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear, and city officials from Bowling Green broke ground on the site of Tyson’s new $355 million bacon production facility.  Once operational in late 2023, the 400,000 square foot facility will employ 450 people and help meet growing demand for the company’s iconic Wright® and Jimmy Dean® brands.

Tyson Foods Continues Growth of Wright and Jimmy Dean Brands with Investment in Kentucky

November 10, 2021 Tyson Foods

Tyson Foods will invest $355 million to build a state-of-the-art bacon plant in Bowling Green, Kentucky, company officials announced today. The project is part of Tyson’s commitment to meet increasing retail and foodservice demand for bacon products to deliver against its strategy of accelerating long-term growth aligned to consumer trends. The new facility is expected to create 450 jobs with production beginning in late 2023.