Animal protein companies ramp up investments in Asia

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Tyson plans to invest over USD 1.3 billion in new automation capabilities over the next three years.

To meet rising demand, leading animal protein producers plan big investment to boost production capacity, automation, and the number of retail channels in Asia, writes PAYUNGSAK WIRIYABUNDITKUL and the Asian Agribiz team.

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Joint-Editor, Asian Meat Magazine and Meat Insider, Bangkok, Thailand. The African swine fever hitting the pig industry in Thailand as kept Payungsak busy, writing, ‘Support required for small-scale pig farms affected by ASF’ for the Pig Health Monitor.