When Lora was a junior in high school, she went on a trip to Washington, D.C. to advocate for a bill in Congress called the End Modern Slavery Initiative. She arrived in D.C. armed with research, having spent weeks reading and learning about the millions of human trafficking victims worldwide – people who were not being treated as people.
Earlier this week, our convoy of Tyson Foods Private Fleet drivers departed Wreaths Across America (WAA) headquarters in Columbia Falls, Maine. They’ve traveled over 15,000 miles to 113 national cemeteries across 19 states, including Arlington National Cemetery, to deliver over 145,000 wreaths for this year’s National Wreaths Across America Day.
When Ethel first came to our Dakota City hides and tannery facility in 1986, she knew she had a challenge ahead: she looked around and realized she was the only woman at the facility. Ethel quickly proved that working alongside her male team members, processing hides that would go on to become leather goods we use every day, such as shoes, upholstery, sports equipment, and more.
We’re the largest U.S. food company, and sustainability is at the heart of our business.
We are channeling our size and scale to tackle some of the biggest sustainability challenges facing the world today.
We’re a progressive food company raising the world’s expectations for how much good food can do.
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Mobile pantries, disaster relief, community grants also highlight the company’s giving efforts
Donation to Kansas Livestock Association will help family and independent cattle producers affected by recent wildfires
Efforts further company goal of being the most sought-after place to work
When you think of Tyson, you probably imagine what is only a nugget of the larger picture that is Tyson Foods. Our products range from that juicy ribeye at the five-star restaurant to fresh meat at the local butcher.