2 Sisters announces US$9.11 capital investment towards a new meals factory in Carlisle

UK - 2 Sisters Food Group, a food manufacturing company, has announced a US$9.11 million capital investment at its Carlisle prepared meals factory, creating 200 new jobs in a major economic boost to the region. According to the company, the investment programme follows a major contract awarded by M&S to expand its product ranges with…

2 Sisters Food Group announces major investment in Scottish plant

UK - 2 Sisters Food Group, a privately owned food manufacturing company, has announced a major investment into its Scottish Coupar Angus plant following funding from the Government-backed Food Processing Marketing and Co-operation Grant Scheme. According to the company, the investment secures long-term future for key 2 Sisters site with quality Scottish chicken for UK…

2 Sisters Food Group’s Chief Financial Officer leaves the company

UK - 2 Sisters Food Group, a frozen retail poultry company, has announced that Richard Pike, Group CFO, has decided to leave the company to pursue opportunities outside the group following internal changes to the Finance function. The company has recently made changes to its programme, and the business had decided to split responsibility for…

2 Sisters Food Group has announced 300 new permanent jobs

UK – 2 Sisters Food Group, a privately owned food manufacturing company, has invested at its Willand factory and is expanding operations in order to give it a ‘greater ability to process, cut and pack products for its retail customers’. According to the company, the business also aims to take up to 20 new apprentices…

2 Sisters appoints Ronald Kers as new CEO

UK - 2 Sisters Food Group, Birmingham based privately owned food manufacturing company, has appointed former global CEO of Muller, Ronald Kers as its new Chief Executive Officer effective 1 June 2018. He joined Muller in January 2017 as UK CEO, combining periods of service from Nestle SA where he joined in 2003 responsible for…

2 Sisters Food Group to close its Scotland plant over food safety concerns

SCOTLAND – 2 Sisters Group, UK’S biggest supplier of supermarket chain has confirmed it will shut down its Scotland plant with hundreds of poultry workers losing their jobs due to the closure. According to the Guardian, the site which employs over 450 people has been battling with issues concerning food safety and standards in the…

2 Sisters Group boss grilled over poultry factory safety breaches

UK - The multimillionaire boss of 2 Sisters Food Group has apologised to a parliamentary committee following the safety branches revealed by an undercover investigation. The chicken company's chief executive Ranjit Singh Boparan appeared before the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Select Committee on Wednesday and, asked if he accepted the allegations, replied that he…