Moy Park invests in pioneering laboratory

Moy Park invests in pioneering laboratory

Food company Moy Park is investing almost £1 million in a new laboratory, further enhancing its food and agricultural testing capabilities. 

(L-R) Moy Park’s Pamela Mullan, Group Labratory manager; Chris Robinson, Labratory manager and Ursla Lavery MBE, Technical and R&D director Europe.

The laboratory, recently constructed at the Moy Park’s site in Anwick, Lincolnshire, will be used to enhance the testing of environmental samples from the company’s agricultural estate and food products from its various processing sites.

The new facility will replace the existing lab and has an innovative air handling system designed to protect air quality for personnel and the environment. Significantly larger than the previous facility, it will house the latest cutting-edge technologies, to keep the company at the forefront of innovation.

Ursula Lavery, technical and R&D director Europe at Moy Park, says the investment will build upon the company’s current in-house testing procedures and support its research and development projects, 

She said: “This latest investment further boosts our technical capabilities with state-of-the-art equipment that helps future-proof our operations. From supporting our business from farm to fork, the laboratory and our team of experienced scientists play a key role in delivering a quality service for our stakeholders. Through this investment we will continue to be at the forefront of technical excellence delivering safe, secure, and high-quality products to our customers and consumers.”  

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