The factory is based close to the historic market town of Bury St Edmunds which is probably most famous for the ruined Abbey that stands near to the town centre.
The Abbey was built as a shrine to Saint Edmund, Saxon King of the East Angles. St Edmund was killed by the Danes in 869AD but for many centuries pilgrims came from all over the world to worship at his shrine.
The factory is somewhat younger having been built in the 1980’s but in recent years has seen a major refurbishment to ensure it meets the very exacting standards for modern food production.
Located on a modern industrial estate with easy access to the major trunk road of the A!4 it provides an ideal base for the supply of local produce and for onward delivery to the extensive customer base.
The manufacturing equipment has been upgraded and fully maintained to allow efficient, quality production from the team of dedicated staff.
Despite its’ compact layout the factory has a spacious atmosphere with a perfect working environment and boasts a comprehensive range of cooking, steaming and smoking devices.
Great efforts are made to ensure the quality and consistency of the product range always meets our own very exacting standards
The factory is accredited by SALSA, (Safe and Local Supplier Approval). SALSA is a food-safety standard written by experienced food safety experts to reflect both the legal requirements of producers and the enhanced expectations of ‘best practice’ of professional food buyers.
The factory is also accredited by Freedom Foods which is the RSPCA’s farm assurance and food labelling scheme, which inspects farms to strict RSPCA welfare standards.