CNBC “Mad Money” host Jim Cramer says China’s pork shortage is a boon for Tyson Foods and the meat producer’s earnings projections may need to be increased. He says Tyson has the potential to be one of the biggest winners in the phase one trade deal between China and the U.S. China needs pork and other protein because of African Swine Fever has devastated the country’s hog population. Cramer says Tyson gets most of its sales from chicken and beef but that the company is also the No. 1 American owned purveyor of pork.

Catch the clip from CNBC’s “Mad Money” here: