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Irish meat supplier announces contract wins worth over €11.75m

Written by Robert McHugh, on 3rd Apr 2017. Edited on 4th Apr 2017 Posted in Agriculture

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Co. Armagh based meat supplier, Eurostock Foods, which has recently been rebranded as Bawnbua Foods, has today announced new contract wins worth in excess of €11.75m.
 
Over the last three years, Bawnbua Foods has invested €2.35m in its business and plans to invest a further €1.18m throughout 2017 to support its ongoing development. 

This will create an additional 25 jobs for the company which currently employs around 250 staff across its sites in Co Armagh (Northern Ireland) and Wigan, Greater Manchester.
 
The new contracts span a variety of customers including international supermarket chains, food manufacturing companies and specialist frozen food retailers. 
 
Speaking today, Managing Director, Gary White said, "We are pleased to be unveiling a new chapter for the business as we continue to deliver on our customers’ requirements for convenient, great tasting, high quality meat products. We have been in the meat business for over 30 years, and our focus has always been on innovation, service and quality."  

He added, "Our ongoing investment in our people and facilities has enabled us to respond to market demands and expand our portfolio to include a quality range of chilled, sous-vide and value-added meat products – which have been well received by our customers."

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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