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Kraft Foods

Kraft is planning to recruit 54 apprentices at its food manufacturing facilities across the country this year.

Kraft has announced a £17m investment in a new research and development centre in Bournville, the refurbishment of a laboratory in Reading and the creation of 98 jobs.

Kraft is to invest £50m in the expansion of its confectionery and biscuit manufacturing operations in the UK, but 200 jobs will be lost at Cadbury sites in Bournville, Chirk and Herefordshire.

Kraft is to create 100 new jobs at its research and development operations in Bournville, Banbury and Reading by the end of the year.

Kraft is planning to set up a nationwide chain of up to 60 Cadbury Cocoa House cafes over the next five years, starting with three in central London this autumn.

Kraft Foods is looking to expand its manufacturing base in the UK, but some administration jobs will be lost with the integration of its recently-acquired Cadbury business.

Kraft Foods is to relocate about 100 staff from the Quadrangle office building in Cheltenham to other locations nearby this winter.

Kraft Foods is planning to relocate its European headquarters from London and Vienna to Switzerland over the next two years.

Kraft Foods is to sell the Altoids and Life Savers confectionery businesses to Wrigley for £795m, which will include the transfer of 100 staff at a manufacturing plant in Bridgend.