The other side of Kerry

Stan McCarthy, chief executive of Kerry Group, explains how its global tech business is powering the company, writes Jon Ihle.

10th August, 2013
Stan McCarthy, chief executive of Kerry Group: 'We're very clear on what we're doing and what our strategy is.' Photo: Feargal Ward

Kerry Group may be best known in Ireland for its market-leading consumer food brands such as Denny and Dairygold, but internationally it's a high-tech flavour and ingredients powerhouse which counts top global food and beverage companies such as Coca-Cola, Nestlé, Starbucks and McDonald's among its customers.

Interim results last week showed once again that the tech side of the group is more and more significant than the original British and Irish food business that...

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