Tuesday 25 July 2017

Derry meat processor Foyle Food Group swung back into profit last year after Irish beef exports to the US resumed. The Campsie-headquartered beef giant recorded £3.5m (4.1m) profits in 2015 following a £5.3m loss the previous year. The group is wholly owned by the Acheson family and employs 1,007 people across nine facilities. Headed by racing driving fan Wayne Acheson (48), Foyle Food Group has been providing beef and lamb to retailers such as Tesco, as well as to food processors across Europe.

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