Tayto

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Genesis Crafty currently employs more than 350 staff at its bakery in Magherafelt.

New orders for Christmas products and fresh demand for year round favourites like pancakes and scones has delivered a jobs and investment boost worth (...)

Tayto Snacks Managing director Jeff Swan at the company’s facility  near Ashbourne in Co Meath. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Before taking over the Tayto reins half way through 2018, Jeff Swan went on the company’s factory tour anonymously to follow families around and liste(...)

Mia Hale and Edisona Dibra from Clonsilla taking a ride on the Cú Chulainn rollercoaster at Tayto Park in Co Meath. File photograph: Alan Betson

Ireland’s largest theme park Tayto Park has secured planning permission for a €14 million steel red rollercoaster ride. Called “Coaster 2021” in pla(...)

Guaranteed Irish chief executive Bríd O’Connell said people have a “nostalgic feeling” for the symbol. Photograph: Marc O’Sullivan

Guaranteed Irish has begun a push to triple its membership by the end of 2020 as part of moves to reinvent itself beyond its beginnings in the 1970s (...)

The Northern Ireland group that owns crisps and snacks company Tayto has expanded its operations in the UK with the acquisition of a vending company.

The Northern Ireland group that owns crisps and snacks company Tayto has expanded its operations in the UK with the acquisition of a vending company i(...)

Several Northern Ireland businesses are also on the list, including chicken processor Moy Park, Wilson’s Country Potatoes and Tayto.

High street chains Wagamama and TGI Friday’s, along with hotels giant Marriott, have topped a list of firms “named and shamed” by the UK government fo(...)

The acquisition will give the Montagu Group access to nearly 7,000 vending machines across England

The Montagu Group, which is a sister company of the Tandragee-headquartered crisps and snacks company Tayto in the North, has bought a Leeds-based ven(...)

Suzanne Livingstone of Baked in Belfast with Graham Keddie, managing director  of Belfast International Airport.

Suzanne and Keith Livingstone are the husband-and-wife team behind Baked in Belfast, a business best known for jam and marmalade in flavours including(...)

Former banker Rosa Chan, a Malahide-reared Trinity graduate now importing Tayto crisps into Hong Kong.

Irish expatriates are used to supping Guinness and various craft beers in the drinking dens of Lan Kwai Fong and Wan Chai in Hong Kong, but they’ve no(...)

 A 1999 file photograph of the Tayto Factory  in Coolock, Dublin. Photograph Paddy Whelan/The Irish Times

Tayto’s former flagship factory in Coolock is to be turned into a large funeral home complex and hearse depot. Dublin City Council has granted perm(...)

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