October 11, 2021
JACKSON, Miss. – A rebound in consumer demand for chicken is prompting Tyson Foods to spend $61 million to expand its Vicksburg, Mississippi poultry plant.
The company said in a press release that the expansion is part of Tyson Foods’ commitment to meet the increase in demand and deliver on its strategy for accelerating long-term growth.
Once the expansion is completed, the plant, which already employs about 500 people, will welcome about 50 more.
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