NORFOLK POTATO SPECIALISTS EARN HIGHEST FOOD SAFETY ACCREDITATION
Preva Produce has been awarded this prestigious mark, at the highest possible announced standard - Grade AA by the British Retail Consortium against Version 7 of the Global Standards for Food Safety for quality control systems, production standards and food safety, for their potato storage, washing and packing facility at Snetterton, Norfolk.
Preva Produce have now been BRC accredited for five years, consistently at the highest announced grade possible.
Preva Produce Ltd opened this highly automated facility at the end of 2010 to serve their expanding portfolio of specialist food service, wholesale and retail customers who demand the very highest standards of traceability, food safety, hygiene, quality and accountability.
This certification reflects the investment of over £3 million that Preva Produce Ltd has made in this site, from automated pallet stacking robots to the most Eco-efficient refrigeration units, and demonstrates their support for potato production and employment in the region. The business has a specialism in high value and market leading quality small potatoes, including salad and baby new potatoes, the majority of which are grown by a dedicated group of farmers across Norfolk and Suffolk.
Achieving this award will not only help maintain the current portfolio of business but will also open the way for a substantial increase in throughput for the 2016 season and beyond, particularly with customers who have specific requirements for all of their potatoes to have been sourced and packed through BRC accredited facilities.
For further information contact Preva Produce on:
Tel :0044 1362 684300
E-mail us at: Sales@preva.co.uk
NORFOLK RACER IAN ANDERSON CAN’T WAIT TO RACE THE JAZZY CAR!
Norfolk Farmer and Preva Director Ian Anderson is looking forward to motor racing success in this smart Jazzy car!
This motorsport season Ian will be contesting the GTA category of the GT Cup Championship, proclaiming, "This is going to be an exciting season for everyone involved with the Jazzy Ginetta G55."
Ian races with Watton based Lifetime Racing www.lifetime-racing.com who will be preparing the stunning Jazzy car and providing all necessary trackside support. His partner, Amanda Black, will be joining him for the endurance element of the series this year.
The GT Cup Championship opening round will be held at Donington Park on the weekend of April 23rd and 24th with the concluding round taking place at Snetterton in early October. All of us at Preva would like to wish Ian every success in his championship bid!
To read more about Ian's championship bid click here
Why a Jazzy car?
At Preva we're really proud of our versatile little Jazzy potatoes. This small set-skinned variety with an appetising appearance is available to buy at Asda.
Jazzy potatoes can be crushed, steamed, roasted or boiled and served with all manner of tasty meals, so why not give them a try?
Racing using the Jazzy colours and logo is a celebration of this great little potato
and will hopefully let more people know about this handy store-cupboard staple.
Check out the tasty Jazzy potato at www.preva.co.uk/jazzy.html
For further information please contact:-
Preva Produce on: 0044 1362 684300,
E-mail us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ian Anderson and Amanda Black will be driving with Jazzy Potatoes in the GTA category of the GT Cup Champiosnhip.
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