His comments come in spite of Typhoo being severely impacted by the post-Brexit fall of the pound, which resulted in the cost of tea increasing by up to 50% in just 12 months.
Formerly part of Premier Foods, Typhoo Tea has since 2005 been jointly owned by Indian conglomerate Apeejay Surrendra Group, and Global Tea and Commodities (GTC) – a UK-headquartered business.
To read more about how Saha is tackling the challenges of a sector hit by rising costs – part of our Big Interview series of profiles – order your copy of the April issue ofFood Manufacture magazine .
Seabrook Crisps photogallery
Meanwhile, you can view the full journey of how potatoes become crisps in this exclusive selection of images of the Seabrook Crisps’ factory in Bradford – taken as part of Food Manufacture’s Me and My Factory interview with chief operating officer Daniel Woodwards.
Do you and your factory have a story to tell? If you think you would make a suitable Me and My Factory candidate, Food Manufacture’s associate editor Noli Dinkovski would love to hear from you.