French breakfast cereal maker Dailycer is expanding production at its factory in Faverolles, northern France.

The factory produces fruit & fibre, multigrain flakes and bran flakes. Over the next four years, Dailycer will invest EUR40m (US$56.5m) to expand production, a spokesperson for the company confirmed today (9 September).

"We see demand for cereals in Europe growing. Increased production will meet this rise in demand," the spokesperson told just-food.

Dailycer is one of the largest business-to-business and private-label cereal manufacturers in Europe, with three production sites in France, the UK and the Netherlands.