The Company was established in 1991 through a flotation (IPO) of the state-owned Irish Sugar Corporation by the Irish Government. 55% of the Company was privatized at €1.46 a share. The Government subsequently sold the balance of its holding in 1992 and 1993.
Greencore announces greenfield factory development in Rhode Island, USA
Greencore announces acquisition of food to go facility in Minneapolis, MN and $10m investment in Jacksonville, FL facility
Greencore announces partnership with Munster Rugby Academy.
Greencore CEO, Patrick Coveney named London Irish Business Person of the Year by Ireland INC.
Greencore is recipient of IGD President's Cup.
Greencore gains FTSE 250 listing.
Ned Sullivan steps down as Chairman for Greencore and is replaced by Gary Kennedy.
Disposal of Minsterley facility to Muller Dairies.
Acquisition of International Cuisine Ltd.
Acquisition of H.C. Schau & Son in US.
Acquisition of Marketfare Foods in the US.
Greencore enters FTSE All Share and Small Cap Indices.
Greencore cease trading on Irish Stock Exchange.
Greencore becomes a founding member of the British Irish Chamber of Commerce.
Greencore announce intention to move primary listing to London Stock Exchange.
Greencore Group reports results for first time in Sterling.
Acquisition of Uniq Plc, comprising of 4 manufacturing units in Minsterley, Evercreech, Spalding and Northampton.
Mr. Alan Williams appointed Group CFO
Greencore announce cessation of talks with Northern Foods regarding proposed merger.
Acquisition of On A Roll Sales Inc. in Brockton, Massachusetts.
Greencore announce proposed merger with Northern Foods.
Sale of Continental Convenience Foods to Parcom.
Sale of Greencore Water to Highland Spring.
Sale of Greencore Malt to Axereal.
Sale of interests in SugarPartners.
Head office moves from central Dublin location to new site in Santry.
Opening of second facility in North America in Cincinnati.
Sale of Drummonds business.
Investments at Greencore Malt facility in Buckie to increase capacity to 59,000 tonnes of malt each year.
Greencore North America signs 10-year licensing agreement to manufacture chilled Weight Watchers products for the US market.
Greencore are multiple award winners at the 2008 UK Food Manufacture Awards, including winning the prestigious award for 'Company of the Year'.
Greencore Sandwiches re-branded Greencore Food to Go, to reflect broadened scope of business.
Acquired Home Made Brand Foods in Newburyport, Massachusetts to establish Greencore North America.
Chief Financial Officer Patrick Coveney takes over as Group CEO from David Dilger, retiring in April after 12 years in the role.
Acquired the Ross's brand.
Sushi San, a small manufacturer of sushi in Crosby, Liverpool, acquired. Renamed Greencore Food to Go, Crosby.
An additional water facility acquired in Wales, renamed Greencore Water, Blaen Twyni.
Acquired Ministry of Cake, a leading supplier of frozen cakes & desserts for foodservice located in Taunton.
Sold Interchem and the Greencore share in both Odlum's Group and Yeast Products.
Chilled sauces production concentrated at Bristol with closure of satellite site at Chesterfield.
Last sugar site at Mallow closed and joint venture company, SugarPartners established to handle commercial sales of sugar in Ireland.
New Related Property business established to develop former sugar sites and other property assets.
Purchased Oldfield's, a new sandwich facility at Bow in London (re-named Greencore Sandwiches, Bow).
Acquired the Burgess condiments and sauces brand.
Carlow sugar site closed and sugar processing concentrated at Mallow. Banagher Maltings closed. MBO of UK pizza business.
Merged Chilled Foods and Ambient & Frozen Foods divisions to become Greencore Convenience Foods and disposed of UK bread activities through the sale of Rathbones Bakeries.
Introduced new Greencore corporate identity.
Completed the disposal of non-core businesses within the Hazlewood companies as well as Erin Foods and William Rodgers (dried soups and sauces) and Grassland (fertilisers). Raised total proceeds of €126m from disposals during the year.
Raised proceeds of £104m from disposal of non-core businesses within the Hazlewood Companies, as well as James Daly (fats and margarines) and surplus properties.
Acquired Hazlewood Foods plc (convenience foods) for €443m together with borrowings acquired of 227m.
Acquired the Roberts Group Ltd (frozen savouries and desserts) for €30m and William Rodgers (Foods) (dried sauces).
Acquired W.W. Bellamy (Bakers) Ltd (via Kears), Clarendon Agricare (via Interchem) and the balance of Robertson's Ltd (baked goods).
Acquired Paul's Malt and Paramount Foods (pizza).
Acquired balance of Kears.
Acquired Williams Group (malt and grain).
Acquired Belgomalt and increased stake in Kears (baked goods) from 30% to 50%.
Acquired Food Industries (malt, grain) and balance of Odlums.
Acquired Grassland (fertilisers) and 50% of Odlums (flour).