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Tayto Group is considering plans to expand its Golden Wonder crisps factory in Scunthorpe, having just acquired a new site on Kettering Road.

Tayto Group is creating about 60 jobs at its snacks factory in Corby, following a multi-million pound investment in new equipment.

Tayto Group is to expand the 390-strong workforce at its snacks factory in County Armagh with 58 new jobs.

Tayto Group has acquired Jonathan Crisp, the Staffordshire-based supplier of hand-fried crisps, for undisclosed terms.

Tayto has acquired Red Mill, the snack foods manufacturer with 300 staff in Birmingham and Bolton.

Tayto has acquired Sirhowy Valley Foods, the Gwent-based snacks manufacturer with 132 staff.

Tayto has bought the Golden Wonder snacks factory in North Lincolnshire out of administration, and has sold the Nik Naks and Wheat Crunchies brands to United Biscuits.

Tayto has bought the Golden Wonder Pringles Mini factory in Corby out of administration for undisclosed terms, securing the future of 195 jobs.

Tayto has acquired a snacks factory employing 25 people at Skelmersdale, and has also acquired a 32-acre site in Lurgan, Co Armagh, to set up a central distribution depot.