This is an unusual, perhaps unprecedented time for the protein industry, the leader of Tyson Foods said this week during the company’s quarterly earnings call. In fact, Noel White, president and chief executive officer of Tyson Foods, said in his 39 years in the business, he has never seen an event that has the potential to change global protein production and consumption patterns as African swine fever (ASF) does.<
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