Cadbury built its first Irish factory at Ossory Road, Dublin in 1933 and today, more than €250 million worth of Cadbury chocolate produced in Ireland is exported every year. Kraft Foods acquired Cadbury in 2010 and in 2012, spun-off its North American grocery division, including Cadbury, and re-named it Mondelez. In Ireland Mondelez International employs a total of over 900 people across three sites. In February 2015, Mondelez confirmed plans to close its gum-base production plant in Tallaght in early 2016 with the loss of 45 permanent roles. The company also said it would cut 160 jobs at its other facilities in Coolock, Co Dublin and Rathmore, Co Kerry.
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