Tyson Foods Inc. recently announced plans to invest more than $110 million in its Vienna, Georgia, poultry plant, a move that will create more than 500 jobs at the location, according to a press release issued by Tyson.
The Vienna plant, which produces chicken for foodservice customers, including restaurant chains, is being converted to supply fresh tray pack chicken for regional retail customers. Work began at the location in mid-January and is scheduled to be completed later this year, according to the press release.
“Tyson’s decision to expand in Georgia underscores how our No. 1 business climate and highly skilled workforce keeps leading companies competitive in today’s fast-paced market,” said Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal. “Tyson Foods is one of our state’s... [ MORE ]