Baxters

Baxters fined £70,000

Baxters fined £70k after worker mutilates hand

By Matt Atherton

Soup firm Baxters Food Group was fined £70,000 on September 22 after it admitted serious health and safety failings had caused a worker’s hand to become mutilated in a pie machine.

Jobs are threatened at Baxters Foods' retail outlets

Baxters Foods mulls job cuts

By Rod Addy

Jobs are threatened at up to three retail outlets for Baxters Foods, which is best known for its soups, but which also makes sauces, condiments, jams and marmalades.

Moveable feast: Fray Bentos pie production was moved 500 miles

Fray Bentos production starts at Baxters' site

By Gary Scattergood

Scottish manufacturer Baxters has begun production of Fray Bentos pies at its Fochabers plant – and has reinforced its global focus by snapping up another Australian food manufacturer.

Global operations director John Campbell said the move went better than expected

Dare to be different

By Gary Scattergood

Baxters moved Fray Bentos production from eastern England to northern Scotland in record time. Gary Scattergood finds out how the company did it