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Scripps News retraction regarding Tyson Foods

The original, retracted story claimed that the food processing company “wants to hire 52,000 asylum seekers for factory jobs."
Tyson Foods wants to hire 52,000 asylum seekers for factory jobs
Posted at 6:56 PM, Mar 13, 2024

Scripps News has retracted a story headlined “Tyson Foods wants to hire 52,000 asylum seekers for factory jobs” because it contains serious factual inaccuracies.

The original, retracted story claimed that the food processing company “wants to hire 52,000 asylum seekers for factory jobs,” but we are unable to verify that number. In a statement, Tyson Foods says its employees are all “required to be legally authorized to work in this country.”

The company is working with the non-profit group Tent Partnership for Refugees, which seeks to help refugees and migrants integrate into the economy. In 2022, Tyson committed to hiring 2,500 refugees over three years through its partnership with Tent.


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