Sisters Food Group

2 Sisters saw net losses of £143.3M, but growth in like-for-like operating profit, pre-tax profit and sales

2 Sisters Food Group hit by costs of £163.5M

By Rod Addy

Costs and charges of £163.5M increased 2 Sisters Food Group’s debts across the past full financial year, according to results just posted by parent company Boparan Holdings.

2 Sisters insisted it had done nothing wrong

Chicken hygiene row intensifies, as Unite slams DH

By Michael Stones

The row over hygiene standards at poultry producers 2 Sisters Food Group and Faccenda has intensified, after Unite the union slammed health secretary Jeremy Hunt’s bid to allay public concern.

Retailers, including Lidl, have played a big role in boosting the UK job market

Retailers help boost UK job market

By Laurence Gibbons

There were more jobs gained than lost in the UK food and drink sector – taking into consideration manufacturing, distribution, packaging and retail – over the last six months, FoodManufacture.co.uk can exclusively reveal.

Britain's top privately-owned food and drink businesses with the largest sales

Britain’s top private food and drink companies

By Nicholas Robinson

Brakes is Britain’s top private food and drink business, with annual sales of more than £3bn and profits of £140M, according to The Top Track 100 compiled by The Sunday Times.  

Dutch food firm installs new drum

New marinating system for Dutch processor

Dutch food processor 2 Sisters Storteboom, a division of UK-based 2 Sisters Food Group, has installed a new ValueDrum marinating system from Marel at its Zeewolde plant.

2 Sisters Food Group claims the flood did not hit supplies of its poultry products

Weather damage costs 2 Sisters £500k+

By Rod Addy

2 Sisters Food Group faces repairs costing more than £500,000 after a freak tidal surge swamped poultry farms in Lincolnshire in December last year.

Constantly evolving threats posed by food germs must be fought with effective training, Campden BRI claims

Campden BRI targets microbiological skills gap

By Rod Addy

Tesco, Sainsbury and 2 Sisters Food Group are among the firms contributing to a report published by Campden BRI designed to tackle the lack of training to fight microbiological food contamination.

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