€4 Million Expansion For Wexford Food Business Unveiled

This food business in Wexford is doing really well…

So much so, that today, they unveiled a €4 million investment.

The investment is part-funded by Enterprise Ireland and the expansion was unveiled today by Taoiseach Micháel Martin.

Killowen Farm, which is owned by the Dunne family, has grown from a team of 47 and will now employ a workforce of 72 people as part of its expansion plans.

A new state-of-the-art production line at Courtnacuddy, Co. Wexford will also be developed as part of its plans, according to Agriland.ie.

They produce yoghurt for supermarket shelves across Ireland, while they also export their goods to places like Singapore and Dubai.

They’ve been in operation since 2004 and this is just another big step in their adventure.

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