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Tenon hatches sale for chicken business

Tenon Recovery announced it has sold the Wignall Poultry business, a wholesale retailer based in Haydock, as a going concern.

The business was sold on 6 February to its original founder Derek Wignall, who had started the business in the 1990s and sold it just over a year ago to Dagonal foods.

The company employs 80 people, including 30 agency staff, and processes wholesale chicken for the retail market.

The Bank of Scotland apppointed partners Peter Dunne and Simon Thomas in London to the receivership in mid-January.

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