The company named Donnie King to Succeed Dean Banks as president and CEO
June 2, 2021
Tyson Foods, Inc. announced that chief operating officer Donnie King has been named president and chief executive officer, effective immediately. Current president and CEO Dean Banks is leaving the company and board for personal reasons.
Last February saw foodservice distributing giant Sysco Corp. approve and start selling Tyson Crispy Thigh Wings. These are boneless, skinless, whole muscle chicken thigh portions uniquely cut to look and eat just bone-in wings. It’s all to give consumers the tender, juicy taste of wings they crave—but without the bones.
Company’s strengths include scale, portfolio, global footprint and financial track record
February 26, 2020
At the Consumer Analyst Group of New York (CAGNY) annual conference, Tyson Foods, Inc. CEO Noel White, reiterated that “Tyson Foods’ scale, diversified portfolio, international footprint and financial track record uniquely position the company for continued, long-term growth at a time when there’s growing global demand for protein.”
The acquisition includes six processing plants and an innovation center in the US
August 20, 2018
Headquartered in West Chester, Penn., Keystone supplies chicken, beef, fish and pork to some of the world’s leading quick-service restaurant chains, as well as retail and convenience store channels. Its value-added product portfolio includes chicken nuggets, wings and tenders; beef patties; and breaded fish fillets.
Tyson Foods is also divesting some other bakery operations
August 10, 2018
The sale includes TNT Crust, a business founded in 1981 that produces partially-baked and self-rising pizza crusts for frozen pizza manufacturers and foodservice customers. The more than 400 team members employed at two manufacturing facilities in Green Bay, Wisconsin, are expected to continue with the company under the new owner.
New product is the first from the Tyson Foods team tasked with brining products to market within six months
June 13, 2018
Given the scale of the food waste problem, Tyson Innovation Lab sought partnerships with like-minded food companies. The first product under the ¡Yappah! brand, Protein Crisps, is crafted from rescued and up-cycled vegetable and grain-based ingredients that might otherwise be left behind.
Tecumseh Poultry was founded in 1998 and produces air-chilled, fresh chicken, as well as deli-style chicken and a variety of chicken sausages
June 12, 2018
The company’s operations include two plants located in Tecumseh and Waverly, Nebraska, as well as live operations. Tyson Foods currently plans to operate Tecumseh Poultry as a separate, wholly owned subsidiary and expects to retain its approximately 600 team members, including operations staff, sales teams and management.
The two companies are striving to help educate people on the facts about food waste
April 25, 2018
The boxes can be ordered online at flashfoodbox.com or through the Flashfood app available through most online app stores and are delivered directly to customers’ homes. Subscribers will receive a 10% discount. Subscriptions are available weekly, biweekly and monthly. Recipes using these ingredients are also available online.