Around Noon takes a bite at expansion with nearly 100 new jobs

A Northern Ireland-based sandwich company is creating 94 jobs due to a major investment.

The BBC reports Newry-based Around Noon, which makes convenience food products such as sandwiches, salads and sushi, has been provided with £592k in funding towards 54 of the new jobs by regional development agency Invest NI.

Around Noon employs 328 people across the UK and Ireland with sites in Newry, Dublin and Slough.

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