Weetabix was bought by US firm Post Holdings for £1.4bn in 2017

Weetabix looks to consolidate Corby factories

By Noli Dinkovski

Weetabix has drawn up plans to close one of its Corby factories but has vowed to protect as many jobs as possible by upgrading the facilities at its second site in the town.

Buxton: ‘Weetabix could mark the start of a spending spree on UK assets’

Weetabix's sale could just be the start

By Rick Pendrous

Weetabix’s sale for £1.4bn ($1.76bn) to US firm Post Holdings by its owner Shanghai-based Bright Food, was the biggest UK food sector deal to emerge last month. 

The Unite union called for Weetabix job reassurances

Weetabix jobs reassurance sought by union

By Matt Atherton

The Unite union has called for urgent reassurances over the security of its members’ jobs at Weetabix, after the cereal manufacturer confirmed yesterday (April 18) it would be sold to US consumer giant Post Holdings for £1.4bn.

Weetabix has launched a new apprenticeship programme in its continuous improvement journey

Weetabix launches new apprenticeship programme

By Rick Pendrous

Weetabix Food Company, the cereals and snacks maker with operations at Burton Latimer and Corby in Northamptonshire, has announced a new engineering and manufacturing apprenticeship programme at Tresham College of further and higher education in Kettering.

Bright Food has yet to prove the market for Weetabix in the Far East

Bright Food to eat up all its Weetabix

By Nicholas Robinson

Weetabix has refused to confirm or deny whether one of China’s largest food companies is preparing to buy out the firm completely, despite city analysts calling the move “inevitable”.

Weetabix plans to invest £16M this year

Weetabix invests £16M in UK food processing

By Rod Addy

Weetabix is investing £16M in UK processing this year and rolling out a lean production programme across its factories after trialling it at Burton Latimer in Northamptonshire.


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