UK: Nardini moves base to concentrate on expansion
After almost 70 years, Scottish company Nardini is moving its flagship ice cream factory up water in order to embark on expansion plans. The Largs, Ayrshire-based plant, which is currently located behind the Nardini's parlour that was opened in 1935, will be located in the Glasgow or Cumbernauld area. Despite a recent £250,000 (US$355.5m) investment, the factory cannot keep up with production to supply the four Nardini outlets in Glasgow.
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