The Feed Blog

Preparing for the Unexpected on World Food Safety Day

We are committed to producing safe, high-quality food for our customers and consumers at Tyson Foods. Our robust food safety culture is based on science, innovation and continuous improvement.

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Collaborating with Growers for a Climate-Smart Future

We created the Tyson Foods Local Grain Services (LGS) Sustain program, designed to promote climate-smart practices, including cover crops, reduced tillage, nutrient management, edge-of-field practices and innovative practices, in our operations and across the protein supply chain to ultimately help reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Family Meals Bring Benefits Beyond the Table

National Nutrition Month® is an annual campaign sponsored by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics to raise awareness about ways to establish healthy eating habits. This year’s theme is “Beyond the Table.” See how one of our registered dietitians is getting more connected with family meals.

Tyson Foods Veteran Truck Driver Dennis Hall Named an America’s Road Team Captain

Recently, a new team of 24 professional drivers was announced as the 2024-2025 America’s Road Team. They will spend the coming years serving as industry ambassadors, traveling the country to spread messages of safe driving, while teaching others about the industry and opportunities in the field. This year, one of Tyson Foods’ veteran drivers can be found on the roster—Dennis Hall.

The Big Game and Fun Flavors

Spread your culinary wings this weekend with hot wings or other tasty Tyson Foods options using everyone’s favorite food: bacon.

Tyson Foods’ Newest Food Production Facility: An Investment in Community, Technology and Long-Term Growth

Tyson Foods has officially opened a new fully-cooked food production facility in Danville, Virginia, delivering on its strategy of accelerating long-term growth, operating as efficiently as possible and investing in its poultry business.