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Dairy Crest

Dairy Crest has acquired the remaining 50% stake in Promovita Ingredients from joint venture partner Fayrefield Foods for £6m.

Dairy Crest is to relocate its Horsham-based distribution depot to a new purpose-built site in Burgess Hill.

Dairy Crest is looking to relocate its Horsham delivery depot, and is seeking a suitable site.

Dairy Crest is to sell its dairy operations to Muller for £80m, including plants in Foston, Chadwell Heath and Severnside, in order to focus on branded cheese and spreads.

Dairy Crest is to set up a £4m food research centre at Harper Adams University in Shropshire, with the relocation of 40 staff from Crudgington.

Dairy Crest is to sell its Nine Elms milk depot in London to a property developer for £18m, and 50 staff will transfer to other sites.

Dairy Crest is planning to expand its Davidstow milk processing plant in Cornwall, in a £40m project to produce whey for baby formula milk.

Dairy Crest has bought Proper Welsh Milk out of administration, saving up to 40 jobs in Carmarthenshire.

Dairy Crest is to sell its St Hubert spreads business in France to Montagu Capital for £344m.

Dairy Crest has acquired MH Foods, the Kent-based manufacturer of cooking oil and salad dressings, for £13m.

Dairy Crest is to create 80 new jobs at its cheese production plant in Frome, Somerset, over the next few months.

Dairy Crest is to invest £3.2m in the installation of two biomass boilers at its creamery in Davidstow by April 2011, and the plant will be built and operated by Dalkia.

Dairy Crest is planning to set up a new milk delivery depot with 70 staff in Keynsham, in order to relocate its existing operation from Bath.

Dairy Crest is to invest £75m in the expansion of its liquid milk dairies over the next three years.

Dairy Crest is creating 70 jobs at a new cheese packing facility at Bermuda Park in Nuneaton.

Dairy Crest is to acquire St Hubert, the French spreads supplier with 178 staff, from Uniq for £248m.

Dairy Crest is to sell most of its own-brand cheese business to First Milk for £62m, including 750 staff at creameries in Wrexham, Haverfordwest and Aspatria in Cumbria.

Dairy Crest is to acquire Express Dairies, including two dairies in Liverpool and Nottingham and 77 small distribution depots, from Arla Foods for £33m.

Dairy Crest is to acquire the London Food Service business of Arla Foods, which includes food distribution sites in Ruislip, Bloomsbury and Nine Elms, for £4m.

Dairy Crest has acquired Coombe Farm Dairies of Sussex, and the milk bottling and processing plant will close with distribution moved to Dairy Crest sites in Eastbourne, Brighton and Worthing.

Dairy Crest has announced a £4m deal to buy out its partners in the English Butter Marketing Company.

Dairy Crest has sold its Kidlington-based chilled juice business to Princes for about £11m.

Dairy Crest has awarded a contract to Nampak to expand its polybottle manufacturing plant at Chadwell Heath and to build a new bottling plant at its Severnside site.

Dairy Crest is to invest £49m at the Davidstow creamery in Cornwall, in order to expand production of its Cathedral City cheese brand.

Dairy Crest has acquired Somerset & Wiltshire Dairy, the organic milk group, for £2.5m.

Dairy Crest has confirmed plans to invest £39m at its Severnside dairy in Gloucestershire with the creation of 320 jobs, but five other sites will be closed with the loss of 600 jobs.

Dairy Crest has won planning permission to expand its Severnside Creamery near Stroud, which will involve a new blow moulding facility to produce plastic bottles and the creation of 12 jobs.

Dairy Crest is to build a new dairy in the west of England and invest £15m upgrading its Chadwell Heath plant in east London, but other sites in west London and Northern Ireland will be closed.

Dairy Crest has acquired Millway Foods, the speciality cheese company, for £2.5m.

Dairy Crest has bought Longs Dairies for £4m, in order to strengthen its position as the leading supplier to doorstep customers in East Anglia.

Dairy Crest is to set up a £33m national cheese maturation and distribution centre in Nuneaton by April 2000.

Dairy Crest, through its joint venture with Sodiaal of France, is acquiring Raines Dairy Foods Operating Companies, the supplier of dairy products to supermarkets, for £66m.

Dairy Crest has bought Anglia Dairies from Anglia Regional Co-operative Society for £4.6m.