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Public relations firm Newgate Communications – part of the Porta Communications (LON:PTCM) group – has won a contract with UK food manufacturing firm 2 Sisters Food Group.

Newgate Communications will provide a combined corporate and financial communications and public affairs programme to support the growth of Birmingham-based 2 Sisters Food Group.

2 Sisters Food Group is the company behind well-known brands such as Goodfella's and Fox's Biscuits.

Newgate will support 2 Sisters Food Group in all its food safety and animal welfare campaigns, as well as innovation initiatives within British agriculture. The role will include media relations, stakeholder and political outreach and support in financial communications, Porta said.

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