Largo Food Exports Ltd.    

 

Address:

Kilbrew, Ashbourne

Co Meath,

Ireland

Phone:
353 01 835 0611

Fax:
353 01 835 1832


Company description

Manufacturing: Manufacture of potato snack products

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News and information about Largo Food Exports Ltd.

Largo Foods shows profits increase despite [euro]4m reduction in turnover
The Irish Times; November 25, 2011; 579 words
...Foods increased its profitability last year despite a [euro]4 million decline in turnover. Latest accounts for Largo Food Exports Ltd show that the company increased its pretax profit to [euro]2.56 million in 2010 from [euro]1.96 million...
Entrepreneur of the Year finalists shortlisted
The Irish Times; May 16, 2011; 519 words
...industry and international. Nominees include Ray Coyle of Largo Food Exports, which makes Tayto crisps in the Republic; Galway developer...Limited - Paul Hourican Itsabagel Ltd - Domini Peaches Kemp Largo Food Exports - Raymond Coyle Noonan - John ODonoghue Argento - Peter...
Forty new jobs announced for Largo Foods.
Donegal Democrat (Donegal Town, Republic of Ireland); June 24, 2010; 700+ words
...increased competition in the market, the unfavourable euro-sterling exchange rate and high production costs.Largo Food Exports Ltd. is the parent company of ArA n Pita Aireann Teo, Gaoth Dobhair Bia Ghaoth Dobhair Teo and Bia Ghaoth Barra...
They were branded sexist and demeaning ...but these saucy ads made crisp sales soar
Belfast Telegraph; June 4, 2010; 700+ words
...controversial advertising campaign was launched in April. Largo Food Exports have reported a 17% increase since the images of scantily...were ripped from a number of advertising spots. However Largo Food Exports (LFE) defended its tongue-in-cheek posters saying...
[euro]3.2m pretax loss for Largo Foods
The Irish Times; October 6, 2007; 461 words
...million for 2006, a year in which the company incurred costs from the acquisition and bedding down of the Tayto operation. Largo Food Exports, which bought Tayto from C&C for [euro]62.3 million in September 2006, invested in warehousing facilities at its...
Bid rumours swirl around market as C&C pours profits.(BUSINESS)
Irish Independent (Dublin, Republic of Ireland); December 9, 2006; 693 words
...sharp, articulate and highly ambitious. More recently, the sale of Tayto, a non-core business, earlier this year to Largo Food Exports for EU62.3m was also considered a canny move. If C&C is taken over, it would seem that Mr Pratt will have no problem...
Magners to hike investment as demand exceeds supply.(Magners Original Irish Cider)(Brief article)
Marketing Week; September 7, 2006; 424 words
...a number of other non- drink brands this year, selling the Tayto crisp business for E62.3m (#42.1m) in July to Largo Food Exports. The company says it expects the strong growth in Magners sales to continue during the second half of the year. The success...
IRELAND: C&C confirms Tayto sale.
just-food.com; July 6, 2006; 300 words
...Byline: just-food.com The Irish drinks and snacks manufacturer C&C Group announced that it has sold Tayto Crisps to Largo Food Exports for EUR62.3m (US$79.49m) cash. A spokesperson for the company told just-food that the deal, which is subject...

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Industry information

NAICS codes 
North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) codes are used to classify businesses for the purpose of collecting statistical data related to the U.S. economy. NAICS codes have been assigned to international companies to help organize all companies by type of activity.  

Primary: 311919 - Other Snack Food Manufacturing


 

SIC codes 
Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) codes classify establishments by their primary type of activity. SIC codes are a U.S. Census Bureau system but can apply to international companies.  

Primary: 2096 - Potato Chips, Corn Chips, and Similar Snacks industry report