Karro Food Group

Karro Food Group's sale to CapVest has been confirmed

Karro Food Group sale confirmed after approval

By Matt Atherton

Pork processor Karro Food Group has been sold by Endless LLP to private equity firm CapVest, after gaining approval by the Irish Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC).

Peter Judge (left) and Frank Robinson (right) joined 2 Sisters in January

2 Sisters reveals two senior appointments

By Matt Atherton

2 Sisters Food Group has made two senior appointments to its UK poultry team – an operations director and a commercial director – as it “continues on its UK transformation plan”.

Animal rights campaigners picketed Karro Food Group's Cookstown factory. Image Pexels user mali maeder

Protesters picket pig production plant

By Gwen Ridler

Animal rights protesters have picketed a food factory in Northern Ireland, in hope of raising awareness around what it claimed was “the cruelty of animal slaughter” involved in putting meat on supermarket shelves. 

Karro has returned to growth

Karro Food Group posts first profit in years

By Laurence Gibbons

Pork processor Karro Food Group has posted an operating profit of £8M, for the year ending December 31 2014, representing an £11M improvement on the previous year and the firm’s first profit for many years.

Tulip's Tipton site produces fresh pork joints, chops and fillets

Tulip next pork firm to cut jobs

By Rod Addy

Tulip has announced plans to cut up to 78 roles at its Tipton factory in the West Midlands days after rival pork processor Karro Food Group proposed 150 job cuts.

Karro is a major UK pork processor

Karro Foods mulls 150 job cuts

By Rod Addy

Karro Food Group plans to axe 150 jobs at its Scunthorpe plant on Billet Lane, amid rumours that Tesco had slashed orders of bacon from the site.


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