Tyson sees animal fat as material for alternative fuels

11/14/2006 | CNNMoney/Fortune

Tyson Foods, in addition to being the nation's largest meat processor, is a major producer of a principal byproduct: animal fat. And that vat of fat, the company says, could become an excellent raw material for biodiesel fuels. "We believe it's a win for our energy independence, it's a win for our environment, and we believe it will be a big win for our shareholders," Tyson executive Jeff Webster said.

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