Jan 24, 2019
Colman's Mustard: New Honingham factory gets green light
Plans for a new factory that would keep part of Colman's Mustard production in Norfolk have been approved. Broadland District Council gave the go-ahead after Colman's announced last year it was closing its Norwich site. The plant at Honingham, near Norwich, will grind mustard seeds into flour and process mint for Colman's before the ingredients are sent to the Midlands. A farmer-backed consortium, Condimentum, applied to build the unit at the new Greater Norwich Food Enterprise Zone after securing a 10-year deal with Colman's owner Unilever. The factory could be operating by the end of 2019, with Colman's set to leave Norwich later this year.
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