HQ and mill of the BATA farmers' cooperative group, outside Amotherby.There is also a pub, The Queen's Head.
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Amotherby sits on two main roads, the B1257 between Helmsley and Malton and the Kirkbymoorside to Malton road. Both roads meet at a busy junction in the village, with traffic from Helmsley and Kirkbymoorside meeting towards Malton.
The village is home to Malton Foods Ltd (formerly known as Westlers) which produces ready meals for the foodservice and retail sectors. The Company has been part of Zwanenberg Food Group UK since November 2013.
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