Thursday April 2, 2020

Mulrines looks to expand its British base to Brexit-proof business

Family-owned beverage producer believes trading in Britain requires firms to have an established presence there

5th January, 2020
Peter Mulrine believes that companies trading in the UK will need to be based in the UK. Picture: Clive Wasson

Mulrines, the family-owned producer of the Kulana juice brand, has plans to ramp up production in Wales to help Brexit-proof the business.

The company opened a plant in Deeside, north Wales in 2017 to produce dairy and dairy alternative beverages made from plant ingredients such as soya beans and almonds.

The plant will play a bigger role after Britain leaves the EU, according to Peter Mulrine, the company’s chairman.

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