May 22, 2020

Colman's Mustard factory in Norwich closing after 160 years

The Colman's Mustard plant in Norwich is set to close its doors for the final time later. The last remaining employees will leave the site in Carrow on Friday evening, bringing to an end more than 160 years of production in the city. J & J Colman first began moving production to a factory in the city in 1854. Unilever announced in January 2018 it was to close the Carrow plant and the last jar of Colman's mustard rolled off the production line in July last year. "Jon Strachan, vice president of supply chain at Unilever UK & Ireland, said:"We would like to thank everyone who worked there for their dedication and fantastic contribution to the Colman's business over many years in Norwich.

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