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Warburtons is planning to build a new £20m bakery plant at its site in Burnley, with the creation of 60 jobs.

Warburtons has acquired Giles Foods, the bakery products manufacturer with 300 staff in Milton Keynes and Warminster, for undisclosed terms.

Warburtons is planning to invest a further £200m in the expansion of its 13 bakery production sites over the next five years.

Warburtons is to sell its bakery in Newport to Brace's Bakery, securing the future of up to 114 jobs.

Warburtons has bought the former North East Bakery site in Newcastle out of administration.

Warburtons is planning to expand the 140-strong workforce at its new £45m bakery at Severn Beach near Bristol to 300 by the end of the year.

Warburtons is to open a new £45m bakery at the Western Approach Distribution Park in Bristol in December, with the creation of 450 jobs.

Warburtons is to open a new 15,000 sq ft bakery depot at Howden in East Yorkshire in July, with the transfer of 42 jobs from its site in Gilberdyke.

Warburtons is creating an initial 30 jobs at its new bakery distribution centre at the Heathfield Industrial Estate in Newton Abbot.

Warburtons is to create up to 140 jobs at its new £10m bakery, which is due to open at the former Rathbones site in Rogerstone, South Wales, in July.

Warburtons is to employ 100 workers at a bakery in Stockton when it becomes fully operational in December, following a £6.5m investment at the site.

Warburtons is seeking permission to refurbish its recently-acquired bakery in Stockton, before bringing it back into production.

Warburtons is planning to spend a further £250m expanding its bakery operations across the country over the next five years, with a particular emphasis on the south and south west.

Warburtons has acquired the Rathbones bakery site in Stockton for undisclosed terms, and will spend the next nine months refurbishing the plant.

Warburtons has confirmed plans to build a £60m bakery in Wakefield by June 2005, with the creation of 200 jobs.

Warburtons has awarded a £2m contract to Hargreaves Contracting to refurbish its bakery at Wednesbury.

Warburtons is to open a 130,000 sq ft bakery in Enfield, with the creation of about 300 jobs.

Warburtons is to invest £1m at its Newcastle-upon-Tyne bakery this year, including new equipment, new delivery vehicles and more training for the 300 staff.

Warburtons is to create a further 100 jobs later this year at its new £30m bread-making centre in Wednesbury.

Warburtons is investing a further £0.9m in new equipment for its Eastwood bakery in Nottinghamshire, including an automated ingredient feeder system and an extra bagging machine.

Warburtons, the bakery group, is selling its retail and pie manufacturing businesses to Lyndale Foods, a management buy-in, for undisclosed terms.