Golden Wonder jobs and brands saved

Golden Wonder jobs and brands saved

Administrators strike deal to sell off remaining Golden Wonder brands, 335 jobs saved, alongside 15 redundancies

Golden Wonder’s famous crisp brands, including Wheat Crunchies and Ringos,
have been saved after a deal was struck by administrators to sell off the rest
of the business to a subsidiary of Irish snack manufacturer Tayto.
The deal, between Tayto and administrators from Kroll Adrian Wolstenholme, Peter
Holder and Gary Squires, has secured 335 jobs at GW’s Scunthorpe site.
Tayto will also take on 21 employees from GW’s Market Harborough head office,
however the move sees 15 redundancies.

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