Tyson Foods reported a second quarter loss and cut its full-year revenue forecast on falling beef and pork prices. U.S. meat packer’s shares declined nine percent in response to the news. Tyson Foods CEO Donny King says the current protein market has been challenging with average sales prices of beef down 5.4 percent and pork down 10.3 percent. Sales from Tysons beef sector fell 8.3 percent, however the chicken division increased 8.4 percent.
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