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Issue 156 - March 2015

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Food to go has continued to be a star performer at Greencore “with continued good growth” and Greggs reinforce the value of ‘Primary Authority’ in test case.

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News
  • Food to go has continued to be a star performer at Greencore “with continued good growth”. During the period, the extension to the existing Northampton sandwich facility was successfully commissioned with further product transfers taking place by the end of January.
News Focus
  • Greggs reinforce the value of ‘Primary Authority’ in test case. In the last edition we brought you news of the BSA’s work with Slough Borough Council to establish a Primary Authority. Other groups and large businesses have done similar things for the topics that affect them, and now the very first test case for Primary Authority determination has seen a resounding victory in the sandwich sector.
Profiles
  • Francombs Sandwiches is a trading-estate based sandwich business in Rochester with around 40% delivery. Joe Francomb explains here how sandwiches are a family tradition for the father and son business
Day In The Life
  • BSA Events Manager Pam Sainsbury has become a familiar face to many over the years as the organiser of the Sandwich Designer of the Year and The Sammies awards.