Name: Maurice Johnston. Organisation: Kestrel Foods. Position: Operations director. Role: Maurice will be responsible for the technical, distribution and production functions at Kestrel’s Portadown factory, overseeing in house factory investment to support planned growth of the Forest Feast brand. Track record: Before joining Kestrel Foods, Maurice provided consultancy services to food and drink companies. He previously worked for Dale Farm, Bass Ireland and Coca-Cola Bottlers and has over 20 years experience in the food and drinks industry.
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