Plans for a new factory that would keep part of Colman’s Mustard production in Norfolk have been approved.

Broadland District Council gave the go-ahead after Colman’s announced last year it was closing its Norwich site.

The plant at Honingham, near Norwich, will grind mustard seeds into flour and process mint for Colman’s before the ingredients are sent to the Midlands.

However, there were objections to proposals over its 20m-high (66ft) milling tower and silos.

Owner Unilever announced it is

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