Jim Bergin

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EU and Irish officials are exploring the possibility of carrying out “factory gate” customs checks. Photograph: Clodagh Kilcoyne/Reuters

Two of the State’s largest agri-food businesses have raised concerns about practical measures being considered for checks on food and animal health t(...)

Jan Anker, chief executive of Royal A-ware, and Jim Bergin, chief executive of Glanbia Ireland

Glanbia Ireland plans to partner with a Dutch dairy producer to build a €140 million continental cheese-manufacturing facility in Co Kilkenny. The A(...)

Kerrygold is the second-best selling butter brand in the US, where it grew 21 per cent last year. Photograph:  Clare Keogh

Serious tensions have emerged between Ornua, the farming co-op that owns Kerrygold, and listed dairy group Glanbia, which owns 25 per cent of Ornua, o(...)

The GII facility in Wexford.

Glanbia Ingredients Ireland (GII) is planning a €35 million expansion of its Wexford cheese plant, proposing to double its milk processing capac(...)

 Glanbia’s new nutritional ingredients plant at Belview,  Co Kilkenny. Photograph:  Eamonn Farrell/Photocall

Jim Bergin likes to tell people he works with 4,800 small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). He is chief executive of Glanbia Ingredients Ireland, (...)

Annie and Saoirse Power (both 9 months) from Kilkenny and Noah Connolly (14 months) from Waterford give lessons in feeding to Glanbia Ingredients Ireland chief executive Jim Bergin, Taoiseach Enda Kenny and EU Agriculture Commissioner Phil Hogan yesterday. Photograph: Jason Clarke

History is littered with case studies which make a compelling case for why politicians should steer clear of small children. Google ‘George W B(...)

Glanbia Ingredients Ireland CEO Jim Bergin,  Taoiseach Enda Kenny  and EU Commissioner for Agriculture Phil Hogan giving bottles to  Annie and Saoirse Power (9 months), and Noah Connolly (14 months) at the plant which will produce infant formula. Photograph: Jason Clarke Photography

Some 1,600 direct and indirect jobs will be created with today’s opening of Glanbia Ingredients Ireland’s €185 million dairy facility in Belview, i(...)

At the opening of Glanbia’s new milk protein plant in Virginia, Co Cavan, were Minister for Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht Heather Humphreys; Glanbia chief executive Jim Bergin, Northern Ireland’s Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Investment Arlene Foster and Glanbia chairman Liam Herlihy

A €7.8 million milk protein facility has been opened by Glanbia Ingredients Ireland in Virginia, Co Cavan. It will process milk from counties on both (...)

The deal, announced at the end of last year, would see Glanbia Ingredients Ireland buy 70 per cent of Wexford Creamery from farmer co-op Wexford Milk Producers.

The Competition Authority will launch a full inquiry into Glanbia’s proposed acquisition of Wexford Creamery. The deal, announced at the (...)