|Janet McCollum, Chief Executive|
Moy Park is the largest poultry meat producer in Northern Ireland (also produces poultry in England and one of the 15 biggest food companies in the United Kingdom. Moy Park is the largest employer in Northern Ireland, with 6,300 employees and a further 5,400 in Great Britain, 800 in France, 100 in the Netherlands and around 50 in the Republic of Ireland.
- Moy Park Chicken
- O'Kane (breaded and ready to eat products)
- Castle Lea (ready to eat products)
- Moy Park Foodservice (frozen poultry)
- Kitchen Range Foods (frozen desserts, meat free and gluten free foods)
- Albert Van Zoonen (snack products)
- Orléans (meat processing)
- McLarnon Feeds (animal feeds)
Prior to the 2016 referendum on the UK's membership of the EU, the company's Chief Executive, Janet McCollum, said that the UK should remain within the European Union. The company has used the freedom of movement within the EU to employ over 1,000 workers from countries such as Lithuania, Poland and Portugal at its Northern Ireland facilities. After the UK voted to leave the EU, the company announced that it planned to move its headquarters to the Republic of Ireland.
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- Graham Ruddick and Ashley Armstrong (16 August 2014). "Poultry giant Moy Park cooking up London flotation". The Telegraph. Retrieved 11 September 2017.CS1 maint: Uses authors parameter (link)>
- Forde, Amy (2015-08-20). "Moy Park Dungannon marks 40 years with £20m investment". AgriLand Media Limited. Retrieved 2016-03-12.
- "Moy Park invest £4m in Seagoe factory". Portadown Times. 2016-03-06. Retrieved 2016-03-12.
Moy Park are investing £4 million in their facilities at Seagoe Industrial Estate to enhance their ‘ready to eat’ cooked chicken production.
- "Dungannon's biggest employer has Brexit contigency plans including new headquarters in the South". Tyrone Times. 6 July 2016. Retrieved 11 September 2017.
- Julian O'Neill (11 September 2017). "NI-based poultry firm Moy Park sold for £1bn". BBC News. Retrieved 11 September 2017.