The UK’s largest grower and supplier of fresh vegetables can announce an impressive uplift in employee engagement following its fourth consecutive annual employee survey, which was run in partnership with the Great Place to Work Institute®.
The UK’s largest grower and supplier of fresh vegetables, Produce World, is preparing to launch a consumer-facing brand called Burgess Harvest Veg.
The new brand will offer consumers the best-tasting British vegetables, grown in a seasonally simple format.
The UK’s largest grower and supplier of fresh produce has been invited by the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) to attend Innovate UK.
Produce World has announced operating profits of £4.5 million for the year to end of June 2012. Given the losses made by the business in 2010/11, this represents a turnaround of some £14.1 million year-on year.
Produce World’s Agricultural Director, Andrew Burgess, is set to scale Italy’s highest peak in aid of charity.
The UK’s largest grower and supplier of fresh produce will bid farewell to their Agricultural Director the month after next as he prepares to climb Gran Paradiso between 2nd and 7th April.
The UK’s largest grower and supplier of fresh vegetables, Produce World, has teamed up with the East of England Agricultural Society to help teach children about the health and nutritional benefits of potatoes. Continue reading
Leading fresh vegetable grower and supplier Produce World has announced that it has stopped using individual company names for the various product categories that it grows and supplies. Until now the companies within the Group had been known as Produce World followed by the historical company name, for instance the company’s organics specialist was called Produce World RBO.
The UK’s largest grower and supplier of fresh vegetables, Produce World, has cut its water consumption by half at its Sutton Bridge site.
Water meters have been fitted to all of the site’s potato washing lines and a new 180m3 cold water storage tank has been installed.
This Saturday (9th February) will see Produce World, the UK’s largest grower and supplier of fresh produce, support the war against waste and donate fresh vegetables to the Feed the 1000 project in Paston, Peterborough.
With its company headquarters based in Peterborough, Produce World will be delivering 50kg of potatoes from its Sutton Bridge site, 75kg of onions from its Chatteris site and 50kg of carrots from its organic site in Yaxley.
The UK’s largest grower and supplier of fresh vegetables has appointed a New Product Development Manager.
Dara O’Doherty joined Produce World in February and is based at the company’s Butterwick site near Boston.
Dara has considerable industry experience and her previous role was as a Vegetable Agronomist at Agrovista UK. Prior to this Dara held positions at Syngenta Crop Protection and Allium & Brassica Agronomy.
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