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€35m bio-marine plant to create 120 jobs in Donegal

Up to 120 new jobs are to be created in the Donegal fishing port of Killybegs by a €35 million investment to develop the world’s largest bio-marine ingredients facility.

2nd April, 2014
The plant will extract high-end proteins, oils and calcium from fish for use as food ingredients.

Up to 120 new jobs are to be created in the Donegal fishing port of Killybegs by a €35 million investment to develop the world’s largest bio-marine ingredients facility.

The Killybegs Fishermen’s Organisation (KFO) and its Norwegian partner Biomarine Science Technology (BST) will develop the plant to extract high-end proteins, oils and calcium from fish for use as food ingredients and may also produce supplements for athletes.

The project will result in...

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