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Meat moves: job changes in the animal protein sector

Meat moves: job changes in the animal protein sector

By Aidan Fortune

The past few weeks has seen plenty of senior level moves and appointments in the meat sector showing there’s still plenty of interest in this industry. Some of the major processors have made changes over the past month and as part of a regular update,...

Aidan Cotter spent more than a decade with Bord Bia

Irish food giant to lead new joint venture

By Oscar Rousseau

Aidan Cotter, former chief executive of Ireland's Bord Bía, has been named chairman of the board of a joint venture between ABP Food Group and Fane Valley Group.

Kenny: 'Opening a sign of confidence in agri-food industry'

ABP's Irish plant creates 152 jobs

By Michelle Perrett

The opening of the upgraded €50 million food processing facility for ABP Food Group in Cahir, Tipperary, Ireland, should generate more than €1 billion to the Irish economy over five years.

The deal is estimated to be worth up to €15 million per year

ABP confirms first US beef deal

By Georgi Gyton

Irish meat giant ABP Food Group has confirmed it is the first European company to agree a supply deal for beef to the US, since the lifting of the BSE-related ban last March.

The ABP deal is said to be worth more than €4 million.

ABP secures Japanese beef deal

By Georgi Gyton

Irish meat giant ABP Food Group has secured what it claims is the first beef deal with Japan for an Irish producer since 2000. 

ABP sells Silvercrest to Kepak

ABP sells Silvercrest to Kepak

By Nicholas Robinson

ABP Food Group has announced it is exiting the frozen burger market with the sale of the Irish processing plant which produced a burger containing 29.1% horsemeat.

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