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Kerry Group

Kerry Group has announced a £2.5m investment at its Golden Cow dairy products plant in Portadown, with the creation of 23 jobs.

Kerry Foods has submitted plans to Shropshire Council to expand its food ingredients factory in Burford, with the creation of up to 60 jobs.

Kerry Group is to acquire Cargill's global flavours division for £105m, including 40 staff at Trafford Park.

Kerry Foods is to create 75 jobs at its re-opened culinary ingredients factory in Hartlepool by the end of the year.

Kerry Group has acquired Noon Products, the ready meals manufacturer, from WT Foods for about £125m.

Kerry Foods Direct To Store is to set up a 60,000 sq ft frozen foods distribution centre on the Dorcan estate in Swindon, with the creation of more than 100 jobs.

Kerry Group has acquired four flavour companies for a total £113m, including Manheimer and Flavurence of the US, Laboratorios Krauss of Mexico and Fructamine of Italy.

Kerry Group is to create up to 40 new jobs at its Rye Valley frozen meals factory in Fermanagh.

Kerry Group has acquired two US food ingredients suppliers for £37m - Da Vinci Gourmet of Seattle and Crystals International of Florida.

Kerry Group has acquired the Sunderland-based sauces and flavoured butters division of Voyager Foods.

Kerry has made a takeover approach for Bush Boake Allen, the US food ingredients company, and has also announced the acquisition of Harald-Industria e Comercio de Alimentos of Brazil and a US chocolate coating company owned by York Dragee.

Kerry Group has sold its DCA bakery business in the US and Canada to Pillsbury, the Diageo subsidiary, for £62m.

Kerry Group is acquiring two food ingredients businesses from Andre of Switzerland for £50m - Shade Foods in the US and Speciality Food Ingredients in Europe.

Kerry has opened a new £2m ready meals facility at its Durham factory to supply Somerfield, and an additional 130 jobs could be created over the next two years as further convenience foods are introduced.

Dalgety is selling its food ingredients and Spillers flour milling operations to Kerry Group of Ireland for £335m, and its wheat processing research activities to DuPont for £24m.

Kerry Group has bought Ciprial, the French maker of fruit-based food ingredients, for £52m.