Strikes at Tunnock’s bakery in Lanarkshire have ended after the union came to a new pay deal.
The workers will now get a 2.5 percent increase backdated to the start of July, followed by a 2.5 percent rise from next July.
It comes after more than 300 Unite union members struck on two days last month in protest at a paltry 1 percent pay offer.
They also then voted to reject a 2 percent offer and threatened more strikes.
The 2.5 percent offer was accepted by a “significant majority”, the union said.
The bakery makes teacakes and caramel wafers.