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How we're organised

At Premier Foods we’re driven by our purpose to create food the nation loves most for modern life. Our around 4,000 colleagues bring our purpose to life through our treasured, iconic brands. We work to the highest quality and safety standards, partnering with our suppliers and customers to make sure we deliver what our consumers want.

Our head office is in St Albans, and we have numerous sites and offices around the UK.

Our central functions – that is Corporate Affairs, Finance, Human Resources, Information Systems & Change, Legal & Company Secretary, and Procurement – are all based from St Albans. In addition, we also have a financial shared service centre in Manchester, and an ISC office in Southampton. And our food technology colleagues have a base in High Wycombe, at our technical centre.

We have 2 big Strategic Business Units – Grocery and Sweet Treats. They too have their base in St Albans – this is where the Sales, Marketing and Finance teams for the business units live. However both have hundreds of colleagues based at our manufacturing sites.

Our Grocery Business Unit has 5 manufacturing sites – Worksop, Ashford, Lifton, Andover and Charnwood – which produce brands including Ambrosia, Batchelor’s, Bisto, Loyd Grossman, OXO, Sharwood’s, and Homepride cooking sauces.

In Sweet Treats, we make lots and lots of cakes – Mr Kipling, Cadbury, and Lyons – in 3 factories, at Carlton, Stoke, and Moreton. All of cakes are then distributed from our logistics centre in Rugby.

Our third Business Unit - International - sells our brands around the world. Constituting around 5% of our total business, this is an area of huge potential growth for us.

Check out our current vacancies for an opportunity to join us at one of our locations.

Did you know?

In the past two years we've doubled the intake of apprentices.

Consumer thoughts

"(Oxo) Love the latest advert!" Source: Facebook

Brands people love

You'll find one of our much loved brands in 96% of British households.

Our brands

100 years of history

When were Mr. Kipling cakes invented? Where does the name Bisto come from?

Our heritage

Playing our part

Caring for the environment, and building trust in our supply chain.

Our part

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