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Food company’s €280k revamp to bring deli products overseas

20th January, 2019
Brian Reid, chief executive of Deli-Lites Ireland

Food company Deli-Lites Ireland has unveiled plans for expansion overseas, following the completion of a £250,000 (€280,000) investment project at its production base in Co Down.

An innovation hub has been opened at the company’s newly refurbished Warrenpoint facility. It will employ 20 new staff, bringing the company’s headcount to 270.

Founded in 1999 by Brian and Jackie Reid, Deli-Lites makes sandwiches, wraps, salad bowls, baked goods and juices. The business produces about...

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