2 Sisters voted one of most admired food companies

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Ranjit Boparan: 'This business has come a long way in a relatively short period of time'
Ranjit Boparan: 'This business has come a long way in a relatively short period of time'

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2 Sisters Food Group has been voted one of the nation’s most admired food companies by its industry peers.

The food manufacturer appeared on the list of Britain’s Most Admired Companies for the first time in fourth place. The report, published by Management Today​, was compiled by experts in corporate reputation at Birmingham City University.

Businesses are ranked according to a range of criteria, including: quality of management, financial soundness, quality of goods and services, ability to attract, develop and retain top talent, value as a long term investment, capacity to innovate, quality of marketing, community, and environmental responsibility and use of corporate assets.

Quality of management

The food manufacturer was judged second on the quality of its goods and innovation, and came in third on the quality of its management, long-term value as an investment and use of corporate assets.

Ranjit Boparan, the firm’s ceo, said the achievement meant a lot because it reflected the view of competitors.

“This business has come a long way in a relatively short period of time, so to be acknowledged by our rivals as an admired company is a fantastic achievement,”​ he said. “It’s particularly gratifying to score so highly on product innovation and quality, as these remain at the very heart of our business.

“We will continue to try to do the right things – produce top quality products for our customers and ensure we bring new and exciting dishes to Britain’s dinner tables.”

Also appearing on the list were Unilever and Associated British Foods.

2 Sisters Food Group has annual sales of about £3bn and more than 24,000 workers in the UK, Ireland, Holland and Poland.  

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