Tyson Foods officially broke ground Aug. 24 on a 200,000 sq. ft. facility across the street from its existing plant in Green Forest, Ark. The facilities will be connected by a corridor.
Doug Ramsey, Tyson senior vice president of Big Bird/Fowl, told the local Carroll County News that the plans have been designed with food safety, team member safety and environmental protection in mind.
"It's all very important to us. The quality of what we produce here will be secon
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