AS part of efforts to improve the overall performance of its prepared foods business, Tyson Foods Inc. recently announced plans to discontinue operations at two plants.
Tyson said the closings will enable it to use available production capacity at some of its other prepared foods facilities.
Both the pepperoni plant in Jefferson, Wis., and the Chicago, Ill., facility that makes prepared foods for the hospitality industry are
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