Tyson warned Monday that it expects more meat plant closures this year.The company also said it will continue producing less meat than usual, as workers refrain from coming to work during the coronavirus pandemic.”We have and expect to continue to face slowdowns and temporary idling of production facilities from team member shortages or choices we make to ensure operational safety,” the company said in a
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