Published Wednesday, 30 May 2012
The announcement was made on Wednesday. (© DETI)
It comes after Bite Group announced it has won new export business worth around £3m to distribute products around the Republic of Ireland and also in Northern Ireland.
The new jobs will be at supervisory and management levels.
Enterprise Minister Arlene Foster said: "The new business secured by Bite Group is a great endorsement of its professionalism, capability and commitment to quality in products and services to its rapidly developing portfolio of customers
"The company, which recruits locally, currently contributes around £1.5m in salaries and wages annually to the economy in Fermanagh.
"These new contracts are a powerful recognition that Bite Group can now offer a total food solution to both existing and potential clients."
Bite Group was formed in 1998 and operates from a British Retail Consortium Grade A production plant on Lackaboy Industrial Estate in Co Fermanagh.
Michael Keogh, Managing Director, said: "Winning this new business a tremendous boost for the company and positions us for further and faster growth in the UK and Republic of Ireland.
"We are now firmly established as the largest and most successful manufacturer and distributor of private label snack and convenience products on the island of Ireland.
"What is also strategically important for us is that the new business enhances our position substantially in an immensely important market outside Northern Ireland.
"While we have been operating in the Republic for some time through our depots in Dublin, Cork and Galway, the new business moves us on to another level."