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Record Year at Graham’s The Family Dairy

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Record Year at Graham’s The Family Dairy

November 05
13:25 2010

Graham’s The Family Dairy, Scotland’s largest independent dairy company, achieved record sales and profits during its last financial year ended March 31st 2010. Turnover broke through the £40m barrier for the first time and pre-tax profit rose by 28% to £1.05m.

“We have made a significant investment in product innovation and developing the Graham’s brand, which for the first time in its 71 year history now has UK-wide distribution,” remarks Robert Graham, managing director of . Graham’s The Family Dairy.

Graham’s is currently undertaking a major investment programme to expand its butter plant in Bridge of Allan and will be launching new product lines during 2011 including the first spreadable butter from a Scottish dairy.

The company expects turnover will now exceed the £50m mark following its recent acquisition of fellow Scottish dairy processor Claymore Dairies.

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