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In an "Executive Decision" segment, Cramer sat down with Tom Hayes, president and CEO of Tyson Foods (TSN) , a stock that's up over 18% for the year.

Hayes said that Tyson believes that it needs to be part of the solution when it comes to feeding the world's growing population, and the company remains committed to being sustainable. Despite being our nation's largest producer of chicken, it has gone antibiotic-free and plans on staying that way.

Tyson processes more than 35 million chickens each week and Hayes said that level of production just can't be met by local backyard farms.

While Hayes admitted that the food business is being disrupted by companies like Amazon (AMZN) , he said protein is not a fad and consumers around the globe want more of it. Nearly 10% of Tyson's sales come from exports and there's "more to come," according to Hayes.

Cramer said while he doesn't like the food category, he does like Tyson Foods.

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