Plans to pause processing of live birds at Moy Park’s Ballymena plant is a threat to jobs, says trade union Unite.

Pilgrim’s Pride, the owner of Moy Park, looks set for its first showdown with unions in Northern Ireland after a ballot was called for all-out strike (...)

The company, which is owned by the US group Pilgrim’s Pride, said that it intends to close its North Antrim hatchery operation until November

Poultry producer Moy Park has confirmed it plans to “temporarily” close a key production line at one of its biggest plants in the North, sparking conc(...)

Turnover at Moy Park grew to a record £1.5 billion last year, with pretax profits hitting a high of £64.5 million.

Turnover at Moy Park, Northern Ireland’s largest company, grew to a record £1.5 billion (€1.68 billion) last year, with pretax profits hitting a high (...)

New deal agreed with the Unite trade union will protect current terms and conditions at Moy Park, including workers’ shift premiums.

Bosses at Moy Park have agreed a 4 per cent pay deal with trade unions to avoid an all-out strike at one of the North’s biggest employers, sources hav(...)

Relations between Moy Park workers and management are said to have  deteriorated since US  group Pilgrim’s Pride acquired it in a £1bn   deal last September

Union leaders have warned that a decision on whether to ballot for all-out strike action at poultry meat producer Moy Park, one of the North’s biggest(...)

Pilgrim’s Pride Corporation acquired Moy Park in September 2017 in a £1 billion deal.

The American owner of Moy Park, one of the North’s biggest employers, has warned that its operations “may be adversely affected” if the UK is unable t(...)

Joesley Batista: last month, both Joesley and Wesley Batista were arrested and jailed. JBS named their father, Jose Batista (84), as chief executive, replacing  Wesley.  Photograph:  Sergio Lima/AFP/Getty Images

Brazil’s securities regulator has opened an investigation into the Cork-born head of investor relations at meat processing giant JBS, which has been e(...)

Tony O Reilly Jnr speaking during a Providence EGM in 2011. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Forecourt retailer Applegreens gross profit rose 20 per cent in the first six months of the year, driven by strong fuel margins in Ireland and the UK.(...)

For Moy Park’s management team led by Janet McCollum, and its workforce,  it has been an unsettling few months, with Brexit issues also casting uncertainties about the future

Moy Park has grown from humble beginnings on a small farm in Co Tyrone more than 74 years ago to become one of Europe’s largest poultry producers, pro(...)

A Moy Park processing plant: the company has been sold to a US firm

Pilgrim’s Pride, a US based chicken processor, said on Monday it had bought poultry supplier Moy Park from Brazil’s JBS in a deal valued at about $1 b(...)

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