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Abergavenny fine food company targets 120% increase in goat's cheese products

The Abergavenny Fine Food Company, one of the UK's leading independent food manufacturers, is to ramp up production of its well-known goat's cheese range to satisfy demand following £1.2m in funding from Santander Corporate & Commercial. The funding will support the expansion of Abergavenny Fine Foods' dairy facility in Abergavenny and will also help the firm develop further business relationships with UK goat farmers, with the aim of processing over 4m litres of milk per year. Kate Innes, Finance Director, The Abergavenny Fine Food Company, said: 'We have plans in place to expand further, not just in the UK but also internationally, and the support from Santander has been instrumental with the investments we are making in manufacturing.' Myrddyn Hughes, Relationship Director, Santander Corporate & Commercial, said: 'The Abergavenny Fine Food Company is an exceptional company that has developed strong business relationships in the farming community. We are delighted to be supporting the business as it looks to expand further.

 

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