Glanbia ventures into pastures new

Now it has moved away from its co-op origins, Glanbia can focus on developing global business, according to chief executive Siobhán Talbot

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer @whytebarry
13th August, 2017
Siobhán Talbot, chief executive, Glanbia PLC Picture: Dylan Vaughan

It’s a new era for Glanbia. Earlier this year, the Irish plc born from a farmers’ cooperative made the final transition away from its historic origins as a co-op.

It has sold 60 per cent of its holding in its Dairy Ireland business to Glanbia Co-op. The public company will retain a 40 per cent stake in Glanbia Ireland, the newly renamed joint venture between it and the co-op, which owns such...

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