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Farley's Infant Food Ltd., of Plymouth.
1919 Business formed to make and sell Farley's "rusks" when the Trahair family to concentrate their business interests on these products.
1920 The business was transferred to Woolster Street.
1931 A new model factory was built at Torr Lane, Peverell, Plymouth; the Company expanded rapidly
1968 The Glaxo Group took over the business.
1976 Glaxo consolidated all of the group's food products as Farley Health Products
1994 the company was acquired by Heinz in a deal valued at £94 million.