Fairfax Meadow opens Enfield facility to focus on London market

29 November 2018 by
Fairfax Meadow opens Enfield facility to focus on London market

Meat supplier Fairfax Meadow has opened a new facility in Enfield as part of a strategy to focus on the London market.

The site is part of a £2m investment to increase the butcher's presence in the capital. It will feature a Himalayan salt wall as well as other state of the art maturation facilities along with a butchery training kitchen.

The Enfield premises will replace Fairfax Meadow's existing Kentish Town site and follow the opening of a new site in Milton Keynes.

Fairfax Meadow managing director Penny Tomlinson said: "We are delighted to open Fairfax London, our site dedicated to serve the London hospitality industry. The new facility is a significant step for Fairfax Meadow. It is the next stage of our planned £2m investment that ensures we continue to lead the industry in product quality and service."

Sales Director Chris Gadd added: "Our 45-year heritage comes from our solid reputation in the London market. Our team understands what it takes to meet the unique demands of hospitality businesses in London. Our Enfield site will allow us to offer more to customers, including greater handling capacity; a development suite; butchery training kitchen for chefs as well as accompanying meeting space. We will, of course, continue to offer our award-winning burgers and sausages as well as our specialist banqueting service."

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