SOURCE: Wall Street Equity Research

Wall Street Equity Research

November 11, 2010 08:06 ET

Professional Research on BRF - Brasil Foods S.A. and Tyson Foods Inc. -- Meat Products Industry Under Review

JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA--(Marketwire - November 11, 2010) - www.wallstreetequityresearch.com allows shareholders to gain full understanding of the economic and market forces influencing the meat products industry, and offers free research on industry players BRF - Brasil Foods S.A. (NYSE: BRFS) and Tyson Foods Inc. (NYSE: TSN). Register today at www.wallstreetequityresearch.com to receive free research reports on these companies.

The Meat Products industry has been posting strong sales figures recently as sales have increased alongside the global economic recovery. However, the industry still remains highly competitive. Companies such as Tyson Foods are looking to emerging markets in South America as sources for new revenue which has led to mergers and acquisitions in the area and competition with local companies such as BRF - Brasil Foods S.A. Shareholders and investors can sign up today at http://wallstreetequityresearch.com/November112010BRF-BrasilFoodsS.A.(BRFS)111110.php or http://wallstreetequityresearch.com/November112010TysonFoodsInc.(TSN)111110.php to download the full reports on BRF - Brasil Foods S.A. and Tyson Foods Inc.

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The industry is also being faced with the problem of increased grain prices. With a greater amount of corn being used to create ethanol, the price of corn has gone up. The rise in corn for ethanol stems from a government decision to increase the allowable percent of ethanol in blended gasoline from 10 to 15 percent. Visit us at http://www.wallstreetequityresearch.com/ to understand the catalysts and forces driving or affecting meat products stocks.

While many see corn being used for fuel as a backwards attempt at environmentalism, some in the industry have come up with their own environmental projects. Tyson Foods Inc. for instance has joined up with a renewable fuels company to produce fuel from unusable animal fats.

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