David Cameron visited Greene King's brewery yesterday to promote the benefits of EU membership

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PM visits Greene King brewery to boost remain vote

By Michael Stones

Prime Minister David Cameron visited Greene King’s brewery in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk yesterday (June 14), in a bid to persuade staff to vote in favour of EU membership in next week’s referendum.

Bernard Matthews operates factories in Norfolk and Suffolk

Bernard Matthews to create 90 Norfolk jobs

By Rod Addy

Bernard Matthews aims to create 90 permanent roles at its Great Witchingham site in Norfolk, as an increase in orders has prompted it to ramp up production there.

Mizkan bought Premier Foods's sweet pickles and table sauces business, which included Branston, in 2012

Branston pickle jobs threatened in UK restructure

By Rod Addy

Up to 87 jobs could go as Mizkan restructures its European operations, 66 of which are under threat at its Bury St Edmunds Branston pickle factory, formerly owned by Premier Foods.

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Food manufacturer in row over £23,500 labels fine

By Mike Stones

A Suffolk food firm claims its £23,500 fine for making false claims about the ingredients in its pesto was “heavy handed” and “wasted public money”, adding that Cambridgeshire County Council backed its view.

In a jam: Are the strawberries from Suffolk or China?

False labelling costs jam maker £15,000

By John Wood

A Suffolk-based jam manufacturer and the firm’s director have both been fined £4,250 and ordered to pay £6,500 costs, after pleading guilty to 13 charges of falsely claiming that the company’s jams contained locally sourced produce.

Brewery comes under fire from shareholder

Brewery comes under fire from shareholder

By John Dunn

Adnams, the family-controlled Suffolk brewery, has come under further attack from influential shareholder Guinness Peat Group (GPG) for its heavy...


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