NEW YORK— McDonald's and its supplier Tyson Foods say they've cut ties with a chicken farmer after an advocacy group released a video taken with a hidden camera that the group said showed abusive practices at its farm. Tyson Foods Inc. said in a statement that it was investigating the situation, but that it terminated the farmer's contract "based on what we...» Read More
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