Bernard Matthews buys Lincs Turkeys

27 May 2010 by
Bernard Matthews buys Lincs Turkeys

Bernard Matthews has acquired Lincs Turkeys, an established turkey farmer based in rural Lincolnshire.

Lincs Turkeys produces one million turkeys a year, of which about 350,000 are free-range. It sells whole turkeys and primary cuts of meat and rears a variety of species, including Bronze turkeys and speciality breeds.

Jeff Halliwell, UK managing director of Bernard Matthews, said: "It will allow us to expand our offering in the fresh and free-range turkey markets, areas of particular importance to Bernard Matthews, as we continue to promote the health benefits of turkey. Lincs Turkeys will continue to be run as a stand-alone business within Bernard Matthews Holdings, retaining its own corporate identity and name."

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