Moy Park

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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(...)

The clean-up is  continuing at the Mid Tyrone club Beragh Red Knights, which suffered its third flood in nine years

Farmers, homeowners and sports clubs are assessing the impact of some of the worst flooding in living memory in Tyrone. Northern and central areas of(...)

Moy Park reported a 7 per cent rise in pretax profit to €19.6 million for the 13 weeks to the end of July

Industry sources believe that Chinese groups New Hope and WH could meet little competition in their reported swoop for poultry processor Moy Park. Me(...)

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The Sunday Business Post reports that Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has floated the possibility of giving immunity to white collar crime informants who agree(...)

  Rio de Janeiro state’s consumer protection agency, PROCON, inspecting meat products in the cold storage room at a supermarket in Rio de Janeiro. Photograph: Getty Images

The Irish Farmers’ Association (IFA) has stepped up calls to have Brazilian beef removed from any EU trade deal with with Mercosur, the South America(...)

Union leaders in the North have warned that Moy Park’s employees  “need assurance” over their future

Moy Park, one of the North’s biggest private sector employers, has put been up for sale as part of a divestment programme by its Brazilian parent grou(...)

A Moy Park facility. “We do not source products from any of the sites involved in the ongoing investigations in Brazil,” a company spokeswoman said

Standards & Poor (S&P) has downgraded the credit rating of Irish poultry producer Moy Park because of its parent company’s links to Brazil’s m(...)

Mount Charles Group founder and chairman Trevor Annon: firm has grown from a small contract catering company into a support services giant with revenues as of September 2016 totalling £31 million

Belfast-headquartered support services company Mount Charles Group (MCG) is to open a dedicated operation in Dublin later this year as it seeks to gro(...)

Linen Bleachers statue: The visual message is clear. Photograph: Heritage Lottery Fund, Northern Ireland

Lurgan is a place name that carries the weight of the past. It was infamous during the Troubles for being a town marked by deep divisions, with Cathol(...)

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