More than 200 jobs are to be created in West Wales with support from the Welsh Government at a new beef processing and packing facility as part of a major contract with supermarket giant Sainsbury’s.
Dunbia is investing £7.5m to create 208 jobs at Felinfach, near Lampeter, with support from a £1.8m business finance grant from the Welsh Government.
The new facility is to be operational by February 2014.
The news was announced today by Economy Minister Edwina Hart on a visit to Ceredigion.
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