Grace's Guide To British Industrial History

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T. Wall and Sons (Meats)

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1922 T. Wall and Son, part of Unilever, began making ice cream at a factory in Acton, London.

As ice cream grew in significance, Unilever split the T. Wall company into two:

By 1972 T. Wall & Sons (Meat & Handy Foods) Ltd., of Atlas Road, Willesden, NW10, and Bridge Road, Southall.

By 1977 Wall's Meat Company Ltd., of Godley, Hyde and Bridge Road, Southall.

1994 The company was sold to Kerry Foods


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