Dairy Giant Announces Plans To Open Vegan Food Factory
Dairy giant Meadow Foods has announced plans to open a vegan food factory in the northwest of England.
The company — which has produced dairy products since 1992 — is investing £4 million to develop the new facility in Chester.
“A Range Of Plant-Based Products”
“We’re excited to be developing our capabilities and capacity to manufacture a range of plant-based products,” said Mark Chantler, CEO of Meadow Foods.
“We will continue to explore strategic investments, partnerships and acquisitions that extend the range of quality products we are able to offer our customers, allowing us to offer complementary products alongside our dairy range.”
Meadow Foods is aiming to open the new vegan food factory by the end of the year.
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Vegan Food Factory
The plant-based facility will produce a selection of dairy alternatives — such as yogurts, milks, and custard — using oats and rice as the main ingredients.
Meadow Foods also intends to branch out into creating soft cheese, sour creams, and mousse.
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