Glandia Create 90 New Jobs

Ninety new jobs are to be created in Co Monaghan and Co Dublin by food group Glanbia.

Owners of the Aconmore and Premier brands, Glanbia plan to build a new UHT facility on Co Monaghan creating some 40 jobs. It will manufacture long-life diary products for markets in Asia, Europa and the Middle East.

Another 50 jobs are to be created at the companies EMEA head office in Dublin.


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