Unite, the country’s largest union says it will be monitoring developments at turkey producers Bernard Matthews after management said it was ‘business as usual’.
It comes after recent reports speculated that the company which has staff working across both Norfolk and Suffolk, was being put up for sale.
Unite says it has held a meeting with management at the company’s headquarters in Great Witchingham, where bosses said the business was not up for sale, although a number of interested parties had made approaches.
Unite represents 450 of the 2,000 staff at Bernard Matthews.
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