Tyson Foods, Inc.
Industry Group: Food Products
Country/Region: United States of America
Tyson Foods is the largest U.S. producer of processed chicken and beef. It’s also a large producer of processed pork and protein-based products under the brands Jimmy Dean, Hillshire Farm, Ball Park, Sara Lee, Aidells, State Fair, and Raised & Rooted, to name a few. Tyson sells 81% of its products through various U.S. channels, including retailers (47% in fiscal 2021), food service (32%), and other packaged food and industrial companies (10%). In addition, 11% of the company’s revenue comes from exports to Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Europe, China, and Japan.
ESG Risk Rating
Industry Group (1st = lowest risk)
Food Products 313 out of 575
Global Universe 11999 out of 14443
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Tyson Foods, Inc.'s Exposure is High
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Tyson Foods, Inc.'s Management of ESG Material Risk is Average
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