Tyson Foods

Tyson Foods, Inc., is the world's largest processor and marketer of chicken, beef and pork. The company produces a wide variety of protein-based and prepared food products and is the recognized market leader in the retail and foodservice markets it serves. Through its Core Values, Code of Conduct and Team Member Bill of Rights, Tyson strives to operate with integrity and trust and is committed to creating value for its shareholders, customers and Team Members. The company also strives to be faith-friendly, provide a safe work environment and serve as stewards of the animals, land and environment entrusted to it.

Company Growth (employees)
Springdale, US
Size (employees)
115,000 (est)
Tyson Foods was founded in 1935 and is headquartered in Springdale, US

Key People at Tyson Foods

Tom Hayes

Tom Hayes

Paul Davis

Paul Davis

Vice President of Customer Development
Monica McGurk

Monica McGurk

President, Foodservice and EVP Strategy & New Ventures
Kristin Bird

Kristin Bird

SVP Foodservice Channel Development
Sally Grimes

Sally Grimes

President, International & Chief Global Growth Officer
Andy Callahan

Andy Callahan

President Retail Brands
Jennifer Bentz

Jennifer Bentz

SVP Insights & Innovation
Jason Katzman

Jason Katzman

Vice President / General Manager
Adriana Wilhelm

Adriana Wilhelm

IS International

Tyson Foods Office Locations

Tyson Foods has offices in Springdale, North Sioux City and Bentonville
Springdale, US (HQ)
2200 W Don Tyson Pkwy
Bentonville, US
C P Rakes Rd
North Sioux City, US
800 Stevens Port Dr

Tyson Foods Data and Metrics

Tyson Foods Financial Metrics

Tyson Foods's revenue was reported to be $36.9 b in FY, 2016 which is a 11% decrease from the previous period.

Revenue (FY, 2016)

36.9 b

Revenue growth (FY, 2015 - FY, 2016), %


Gross profit (FY, 2016)

4.7 b

Gross profit margin (FY, 2016), %


Net income (FY, 2016)

1.8 b

EBIT (FY, 2016)

2.8 b

Market capitalization (22-Aug-2017)

24 b

Cash (01-Oct-2016)

349 m


30 b
Tyson Foods's current market capitalization is $24 b.
USDFY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2016


34.4 b37.6 b41.4 b36.9 b

Revenue growth, %


Cost of goods sold

32 b34.9 b37.5 b32.2 b

Gross profit

2.4 b2.7 b3.9 b4.7 b

Gross profit Margin, %


General and administrative expense

1.7 b1.9 b

Operating expense total

1.7 b1.9 b


1.4 b1.4 b2.2 b2.8 b

EBIT margin, %


Interest expense

145 m132 m293 m249 m

Interest income

7 m7 m9 m6 m

Pre tax profit

1.3 b1.3 b1.9 b2.6 b

Income tax expense

409 m396 m697 m826 m

Net Income

778 m856 m1.2 b1.8 b
USDFY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2016


1.1 b438 m688 m349 m

Accounts Receivable

1.5 b1.7 b1.6 b1.5 b


2.8 b3.3 b2.9 b2.7 b

Current Assets

5.6 b6.2 b5.4 b4.9 b


1.9 b6.7 b6.7 b6.7 b

Total Assets

12.2 b24 b23 b22.4 b

Accounts Payable

1.4 b1.8 b1.7 b1.5 b

Total Debt

2.4 b8.2 b6.7 b6.3 b

Current Liabilities

3 b3.8 b3.5 b2.8 b

Common Stock

32 m

Additional Paid-in Capital

2.3 b4.3 b4.3 b4.4 b

Retained Earnings

5 b5.7 b6.8 b8.3 b

Total Equity

6.2 b8.9 b9.7 b9.6 b

Debt to Equity Ratio

0.4 x0.9 x0.7 x0.7 x

Debt to Assets Ratio

0.2 x0.3 x0.3 x0.3 x

Financial Leverage

2 x2.7 x2.4 x2.3 x
USDFY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2016

Net Income

778 m856 m1.2 b1.8 b

Depreciation and Amortization

474 m494 m609 m617 m

Accounts Receivable

(126 m)(93 m)66 m73 m


9.7 m3.6 m

Accounts Payable

(12 m)202 m(162 m)(130 m)

Cash From Operating Activities

1.3 b1.2 b2.6 b2.7 b

Purchases of PP&E

(558 m)(632 m)(854 m)(695 m)

Capital Expenditures

(558 m)(632 m)(854 m)(695 m)

Cash From Investing Activities

(643 m)(8.8 b)(270 m)(684 m)

Cash From Financing Activities

(600 m)6.9 b(2 b)(2.4 b)

Free Cash Flow

756 m546 m1.7 b2 b
USDY, 2016


10.6 x


11 x


14.8 x


326.4 k


0.7 x


0.3 x

Financial Leverage

2.3 x

Tyson Foods Market Value History

Tyson Foods Median Salaries

Source: 23 public H-1B filings from Tyson Foods

Traffic Overview of Tyson Foods

Tyson Foods Online and Social Media Presence

Tyson Foods News and Updates

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