Tyson’s global growth strategy focuses on demand
Company considers regions where the demand is high, then pursues assets to fill that demand
Through recent acquisitions, Tyson Foods has greatly increased its international footprint.
The U.S.-based company in November 2018 increased its presence in China, South Korea, Malaysia, Thailand and Australia by acquiring Keystone Foods from Marfrig Global Foods.
Then, in June, the company completed the acquisition of BRF assets in Europe and…