Moy Park is owned by Marfrig, a Brazilian listed company that was one of the sponsors of the World Cup.

Moy Park, the poultry processor and the largest private-sector employer in Northern Ireland, is being lined up for a £1 billion flotation by its Brazi(...)

Enterprise Trade and Investment Minister Arlene Foster is pictured with Janet McCollum, chief executive of Moy Park and Lord Morrow, after announcing a £170 million expansion by the company that will provide 628 new jobs across three sites in Dungannon, Craigavon and Ballymena.

Francess McDonnell Moy Park, the County Armagh food company currently enjoying global exposure as a FIFA World Cup sponsor, is to create 528 ne(...)

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Moy Park is best-known in Ireland for selling fresh meats under its own name as well as under brands including Jamie Oliver. Photograph: Alan Betson / THE IRISH TIMES

Irish poultry company Moy Park is set for global exposure this summer as one of the sponsors of the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.The sponsorship deal(...)

Janet McCollum: as chief executive of Moy Park, she is, in effect, the North’s highest-ranking local female boss. Photograph: Paulo Fridman/Bloomberg

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Moy Park has grown to become one of the largest poultry producers in Europe and employs more than 11,500 people across 16 production sites in the UK, Ireland, Holland and France. Photograph: Getty Images

Moy Park, the Co Armagh-based food company, has reported a 10 per cent rise in turnover to £1.2 billion for 2013. Moy Park , which was appointe(...)

Marfrig, which supplies McDonald’s and Burger King, is facing investor pressure to cut its debt ratios and speed up expansion.

Armagh-based food processing group Moy Park could be set for a partial flotation this year, the head of its Brazilian parent Marfrig, has confirmed(...)