Napier Brown

Real Good Food Company

Real Good Food to focus on growth via acquisitions

By Michael Stones

The Real Good Food Company will focus on growth, partly through acquisitions, following the sale of its sugar subsidiary Napier Brown business, according to boss Pieter Totté.

EU sugar beet quotas are set to be abolished in 2017

Napier Brown sale prompted by quota abolition

By Rod Addy

The sale of sugar business Napier Brown was prompted by the 2017 abolition of EU sugar beet quotas and buyer Tereos will support its future growth, owner Real Good Food (RGF) has claimed.

Winning new business from Asda and Booker will bring 80 new jobs to RGFC subsidiary Napier Brown

Real Good Food Company creates 80 jobs

By Michael STONES

Napier Brown, the sugar trading subsidiary of the Real Good Food Company (RGFC), is to create 80 new jobs at its West Yorkshire headquarters, after winning new business from supermarket Asda and food wholesaler Booker.

Real Good Food braves bitter-sweet year

Real Good Food braves bitter-sweet year

By Ben Bouckley

Real Good Food Company (RGFC) chairman Pieter Totté said he hoped the “difficult years” for sugar were over after the firm saw a slight increase in 2010 pre-tax profits, but warned that it would look abroad for stocks after sharp UK price rises.


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