its existing 50 across Norfolk, Suffolk and Lincolnshire.
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The company has started work on a 3m expansion to its Great Witchingham Southside facilities.
As well as the 3m in Great Witchingham, the company is also hoping to invest 4m at its Holton site near Halesworth, where it is hoping to get planning permission for an anerobic digestion plant. The extra planned expenditure will be on smaller improvements to agriculture and the factories.
"We are extending the factory and putting in the latest processing equipment. We are modernising and improving efficiency," said Mr Mears. The company is also expecting to start looking for new farms to add to Adidas Eqt Boost 93/16 Chinese New Year
This compares to a 2.5m profit for the previous 12 months, ending January 2010.
He explained: "We already know we are going to need to produce another 400,000 frozen whole birds this Christmas. Demand is strong and we've been successful in gaining commitments to sell more birds. We are investing for the future here."
German business were a small part of the overall business which was dominated by the UK part of the group.
As well as more than 2,000 full time staff, the company also takes on a further 800 people each Christmas.
Mr Mears added that the Hungary business and the Adidas Harden Signature Shoe
He said that since the year end last July the firm had seen an Nmd Human Race Black Yellow "outstanding" Christmas and an expansion of turkey consumption in the UK, adding: "As a result of that and the ongoing investment and the fact we are controlling Human Race Nmd Sale
High feed costs, extreme weather conditions and economic problems in Hungary were blamed for the operating loss in its results for the 18 months ending July 3, 2011, which will be filed on Friday.
The news of investment comes at the end of a turbulent six years for the company which was hit by avian flu in 2007, just two years after Jamie Oliver sparked a national food debate by criticising Bernard Matthews' turkey twizlers.
"Feed costs have stabilised and we did manage to recover some costs from our major customers. There was a degree of time lag between being impacted by the food costs and being able to recover those costs," he said. The multi million pound loss was also caused by the poor weather in November and December 2010 which meant the turkeys needed more heat and food at a time when they put on the most weight.
Bernard Matthews' subsidiary company in Hungary was also hit by the devaluation of the currency and VAT increase on food in the country.
our costs pretty well, the UK has been at its highest level since 2006."
Mr Mears said its work with Bernard Matthews' ambassador Marco Pierre White was part of a campaign to double the amount of turkey consumed in the UK over the next decade and bring it back to the same level it was a decade ago.
He said that the 2,100 year round UK staff could look forward with a fair degree of optimism for the future.
Managing director Rob Mears said that the firm had been hit by high feed costs in 2010.
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