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Well-known companies in Suffolk include Greene King and Branston Pickle in Bury St Edmunds.Birds Eye has its largest UK factory in Lowestoft, where all its meat products and frozen vegetables are processed.Edmundsbury heritage service, housed at West Stow just outside Bury St. Other finds include traces of cremations and barrows.In the east of the county is Sutton Hoo, the site of one of England's most significant Anglo-Saxon archaeological finds, a ship burial containing a collection of treasures including a Sword of State, gold and silver bowls, and jewellery and a lyre.There are two USAF bases in the west of the county close to the A11.
A few Essex parishes were also added to Suffolk: Ballingdon-with-Brundon and parts of Haverhill and Kedington.
One was that of splitting Suffolk into two unitary authorities – Ipswich and Felixstowe and Rural Suffolk; and the other, that of creating a single county-wide controlling authority – the "One Suffolk" option.
In February 2010, the then-Minister Rosie Winterton announced that no changes would be imposed on the structure of local government in the county as a result of the review, but that the government would be: "asking Suffolk councils and MPs to reach a consensus on what unitary solution they want through a countywide constitutional convention".
By the fifth century, the Angles (after whom East Anglia and England are named) had established control of the region.
The Angles later became the "north folk" and the "south folk", from which developed the names "Norfolk" and "Suffolk".