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Kraft Foods Investing £17 Million in UK R&D

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Kraft Foods Investing £17 Million in UK R&D

Kraft Foods Investing £17 Million in UK R&D
March 06
10:39 2012
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Kraft Foods in investing £17 million to further develop its research and development capabilities in the UK, including the recently opened Centre of Excellence for Chocolate at the former Cadbury head quarters at Bournville near Birmingham. Incorporating new innovation labs, a new pilot plant facility and a collaboration kitchen, the new centre will be used to develop Cadbury products but also innovations for Kraft Foods’ other chocolate confectionery brands such as Milka and Toblerone.

Kraft Foods is also expanding and refurbishing its research facilities atReading, the group’s largest science centre outside the US.

“These openings are really exciting news for Kraft in the UK and Ireland, placing our world-class R&D operations and employees at the centre of a global network,” says Nick Bunker, president of Kraft Foods UK/Ireland.

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