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COVID-19 Impact on Tyson Foods, H2 2020 Update

November 2020 | 15 pages | ID: C82325E957DCEN
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COVID-19 Impact on Tyson Foods, H2 2020 Update

SUMMARY

'COVID-19 Impact on Tyson Foods, H2 2020 Update' reports key findings as of October 12, 2020 based on market analysis and brand diversification by industry and geography.

Although all consumer goods firms have experienced massive upheavals owing to the epidemic, Tyson Foods' presence in the food sector, especially for meat products, will help it to weather the storm. The company’s key market, North America, is expected to see particularly fast-paced growth in meat products in terms of value sales, which is likely to help Tyson to mitigate the impact of the health crisis as well as to compete against its global competitors.

SCOPE
  • Tyson Foods' reliance on food business will help it to withstand the negative effects of COVID-19.
  • Surging demand for food products, especially meat, will cushion Tyson Foods' business during the pandemic.
  • Growing demand in the meat and 'other frozen food' sectors to help the company to weather COVID-19.
  • The impact of COVID-19 is inevitable, but revival of demand for food products will help to counter losses.
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