UK: New £20 mln Spalding processing plant to be eco-friendly and create 150 jobs

Spalding company Naylor Farms - one of Europe’s largest coleslaw cabbage growers - has submitted an application to build a new, innovative agricultural processing plant. The company is planning the £20 million, 2,500m² plant on its Low Fulney Farm in Rangall Gate, Spalding.

Simon Naylor and his team of industry experts have been working to bring this exciting new project to market which will be the first of its kind in the world. The site should create around 150 skilled positions within the food supply chain.

This eco-friendly site will be dedicated to a new type of plant-based extraction which will capitalize on the world’s growing requirement and desire for quality, sustainable plant-based food.


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