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John Shepherd | 15 Nov 2016

Northern Ireland-based snack maker Tayto Group has made its entry into the Chinese market having secured its first two orders of hand-fried crisps in the country.


Hannah Abdulla | 21 May 2014

Ireland's Tayto Group is to expand its Golden Wonder plant in Corby in the UK - a move it said will see it launch vegetable crisps.


Katy Askew | 14 Oct 2013

Sainsbury's, crisp maker Tayto and ethnic snack group SK Foods are teaming up with researchers at Teesside University to increase efficiency in fried food production.


Michelle Russell | 25 Feb 2013

Northern Ireland crisp maker Tayto is investing GBP6m (US$1.7m) in expanding its operations in the country through the creation of news jobs.


Dean Best | 14 Aug 2012

Dessert brand Gü and Ben & Jerry's ice cream ramped up the discounts they offered to UK consumers in July, according to the latest data from the just-food Promo Tracker.


Dean Best | 3 Feb 2012

Northern Ireland crisp maker Tayto has snapped up England-based pork scratchings firm Midland Snacks.


Petah Marian | 19 Jul 2011

The owner of Largo Foods has sold a majority stake in the Irish food manufacturer in a deal likely to be worth more than EUR45m (US$63.9m).


Michelle Russell | 21 Jun 2011

Irish snack foods maker Largo Foods is to invest EUR2.6m (US$3.7m) in its Donegal manufacturing facility.


just-food.com | 20 Jan 2009

UK snack group Tayto has snapped up local crisp maker Jonathan Crisp, the company behind the “crisp for snobs”, for an undisclosed sum.


just-food.com | 21 Nov 2008

Largo Foods owner Ray Coyle has reportedly indicated that German food group Intersnack is eyeing a larger stake in the Irish maker of Tayto and Hunky Dory crisps.


just-food.com | 24 Jul 2008

Snack firm The Tayto Group may merge two of its plants following a decision by Procter & Gamble to discontinue production of Pringles Minis in the UK.


just-food.com | 14 Mar 2008

Tayto Golden Wonder has struck its second acquisition in four months with the purchase of Birmingham-based Red Mill Snack Foods for an undisclosed sum.

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