The owners of three meat processing plants in Wales say that more than 3,000 jobs have been safeguarded with its sale to a Birmingham based company. The Dutch firm Vion say they have agreed to sell the plant to 2 Sisters Food Group.
The deal includes a plant in Merthyr Tydfil and Sandycroft in Flintshire, both employing more than 1,300 staff. A further 300 people work at a poultry processing plant in Llangefni that has also been sold.
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