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From Business Live | Wednesday 18 December 2019

The deal follows Cranswick’s swoop earlier in 2019 to buy Mediterranean food business Katsouris Brothers.

Cranswick said the move would give it direct control over a large part of its supply chain for premium pigs.

Leading Hull food producer Cranswick has continued its busy 2019 for acquisitions with a deal to buy pig farming business Packington Pork.

Cranswick, a FTSE 250 company, said the move would give it direct control over a large part of its supply chain for premium pigs.

Packington Pork Ltd operates from sites across Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire and Staffordshire, and was part of the Mercer family.

The deal follows Cranswick’s swoop earlier in 2019 to buy Mediterranean food business Katsouris Brothers.

Adam Couch, CEO at Cranswick, said: “I am delighted to announce the acquisition of the premium pig farming business, Packington Pork Limited."

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