The British Sandwich Association

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Introduction to the BSA Membership

Introduction to Membership

Introduction to Membership

There's more to building a successful sandwich business than simply making excellent sandwiches.

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Advice When You Need It

Advice When You Need It

One of the core activities of the Association is providing businesses with advice and help when they need it, whether it is in finding a new supplier, resolving a technical problem or simply getting a second opinion on an employment issue.

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The BSA Stamp of Approval

The BSA Stamp of Approval

Because the Association is concerned to uphold good standards in the industry, all retail members must have a Food Hygiene Rating (or equivalent) of at least three to join.

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Promoting the Industry & Good Standards

Promoting the Industry & Good Standards

Whether you are a retailer, manufacturer or supplier, the British Sandwich Association is keen to actively support its members.

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Recognising Excellence

Recognising Excellence

As a means of recognising and endorsing excellence in the sandwich industry, and particularly among the Association’s members, the BSA supports the Sammies – The British Sandwich Industry Awards – which take place in May each year.

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Keeping You Informed

Keeping You Informed

Knowledge is a vital ingredient in staying ahead in business. Whether it is knowing about changes in legislation or keeping abreast of new ideas, trends and recipes in sandwiches, no business can succeed with its head buried in the sand.

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Reference Source

Reference Source

Members of the Association get full and unrestricted access to all of the content on this website.

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Networking, Meeting Others & Having Your Say

One of the greatest benefits of membership of any trade organisation is the opportunity it gives you to meet others in a similar field and to take part in discussing issues of common interest.

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