Is the end in sight for the Kerry Group co-op?
Getting the mooted liquidation over the line may lead to divisions between farmers whose interests differ
Twenty years ago, a book on the history of the Kerry Group was published, charting its rise from a small farmers’ cooperative society in Listowel to a global food powerhouse.
The Kerry Way, written by James Kennelly, an Irish-American academic, didn’t quite envisage just how much the company would change in the two decades since.
Over the years, the influence of Kerry farmers on the publicly-listed Kerry Group has diminished. The number...
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