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Successful expansion and double digit growth for Essential Cuisine

04 August 2014 by
Successful expansion and double digit growth for Essential Cuisine

Stock producer Essential Cuisine has announced a double digit growth for the past 12 months and an expansion in its workforce.

In the past year Essential Cuisine, who produce and sell a range of stock powders, jus, gravy, demi-glace andglaces have unveiled a brand new, £1m production facility at its headquarters in Winsford, Cheshire.

The 1,500 sq m facility, which has opened up 15 jobs within the local community, reflects a successful expansion of the company; it will also bring an increase in flexibility and efficiency in fulfilling customer orders.

Nigel Crane, managing director, Essential Cuisine said: "When we decided to expand our production facility, we did so with the strategic vision that it would deliver a marked return on investment. We're tremendously heartened that we are beginning to see such significant results so soon after its inception."

The stock production company has also welcomed two new employees, chef-lecturer Gary Kilminster, who is now the business development executive for the South West and ex-chef Ben Kaye, who has joined the telesales team.

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