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