Conservative investment fund divesting from Tyson Foods over hiring asylum-seekers

A conservative-leaning investment fund group has divested itself from Tyson Foods over its practice of hiring asylum-seekers in the United States, cautioning others to avoid investing in the food company as well.

The decision by American Conservative Values ETF stems from a recent report that Tyson partnered with the nonprofit organization Tent Partnership for Refugees in 2022 to create a program to help refugees find employment. Bill Flaig, the CEO and founder of ACVF’s parent company Ridgeline Research LLC, argued that Tyson’s management has “blundered into a political minefield” over this partnership.

“The risk of alienating a significant percentage of their customers outweighs any potential economic benefit,” Flaig told FOX Business. “In a recent Pew Research poll, 80% of U.S. adults say the U.S. government is doing a bad job of handling the migrant
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