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Largo, Tayto Park add 78 new jobs

The three-year-old outdoor family attraction Tayto Park and the maker of Tayto crisps, Largo Foods, are set to create 78 new jobs, bringing their total to 798.

17th January, 2013
Tayto Park

The three-year-old outdoor family attraction Tayto Park and the maker of Tayto crisps, Largo Foods, are set to create 78 new jobs, bringing their total to 798.

Ray Coyle, founder of Largo Foods, said the 55-acre park in Ashbourne, Co. Meath, which features playgrounds and many species of exotic animals, had so far attracted 750,000 people.

"We have spent €15 million to date in developing Tayto Park and will spend another €2.1 million this year," he said.

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