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Weetabix has sold a 60% stake in its Northamptonshire-based breakfast cereals business to Bright Food of China, in a deal that values the company at £1.2bn.
08-May-2012

Weetabix is to invest £16m in improvements to its 11 breakfast cereal manufacturing units in Northamptonshire and Tameside this year.
02-Feb-2012

Weetabix is to shed 112 of the 1,700 jobs at its breakfast cereals factories in Burton Latimer and Corby.
03-Nov-2005

Weetabix has won planning permission from Kettering Council to expand its breakfast cereals site in Burton Latimer by over 14.5 hectares, including a new warehouse and two production units.
16-Jun-2005

Weetabix is planning to expand its cereals factory in Northamptonshire with the creation of up to 150 jobs.
19-Apr-2004

Weetabix, the breakfast cereal manufacturer, is to be acquired by Hicks, Muse, Tate & Furst, the US private equity firm that owns Premier Foods, for £642m.
19-Nov-2003

Weetabix is to announce plans to expand its breakfast cereals plant in Burton Latimer, which currently employs 1,600.
24-Jun-2003