Iceland Foods, the British budget supermarket giant, is planning to open at least three new outlets in Ireland this year and hire an additional 75 employees even as the UK government gets ready to leave the European Union.
The three new stores, which will be opened this year in Tallaght, Galway and an undisclosed location, will take Iceland's number of outlets in Ireland to 15 and its overall workforce to more than 300.
"We are continuing with our plans," Ewan McMahon, international director at Iceland, told the Sunday Independent. "Right now, the outcome on Brexit is unclear. We are obviously planning for it in the right way and will try to do the very best job for our customers in Ireland, Northern Ireland and everywhere else we trade."
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