Tyrrells downplays Australian production
Tyrrells not planning Australian production
UK crisp maker Tyrrells has played down reports in Australia reports it is considering investing in production in the country.
Tyrrells entered Australia last summer through a distribtion agreement with the country's second-largest retailer, Coles. A spokesperson for the company told just-food Tyrrells was "doing well" in the market.
However, the spokesperson cooled reports Tyrrells is mulling establishing production in Australia. "Launching production may be a consideration in the future, however there are no plans to do so at this current time."
UK crisp brand Corkers said that it wants to "drive the business forward" with the appointment of David Glennan as managing director. ...
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