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Tyson Foods collaborates with startup groups

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SPRINGDALE, Ark. — Tyson Foods is tapping into entrepreneurs to speed up the pace of innovation, embrace emerging technologies and become more agile in its pursuit of sustainable growth. The company has announced an agreement to work with two business incubators, Plug and Play and 1871, that will directly connect it to the startup communities of Silicon Valley and Chicago.

It is a unique opportunity to develop the future of the industry by combining the expertise of America’s largest food company with the energy, innovation and entrepreneurialism of startup culture, the company said.

“Our collaboration with Plug and Play and. . .

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