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05 November 2012

Premier Foods wins top European Manufacturing Award

Premier Foods, has been awarded the highly acclaimed Green and Sustainable Manufacturing Award for demonstrating significant reductions in energy, water, waste and overall carbon footprint.

Premier Foods, home to some of Britain’s best loved brands, has been awarded the highly acclaimed Green and Sustainable Manufacturing Award for demonstrating significant reductions in energy, water, waste and overall carbon footprint.

The accolade was presented to the Company as part of the of the European Manufacturing Strategies Summit¹  which is one of Europe’s leading events for the manufacturing industry and promotes both learning about and applying manufacturing best practice and solutions to boost overall production excellence.

Premier Foods met demanding qualifying criteria and unparalled performance in environmental manufacturing to be shortlisted for the Award.  This included maximising energy efficiency levels, addressing water use and treatment, compliance with environmental regulations and minimising waste from their production process.


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For further information, please contact:

Lisa Attenborough, Director of Communications   01727 805716

Notes to editors:

1. http://www.ems-summit.com/

2. As Britain's largest food producer, Premier Foods is committed to being ‘The Best in British Food’ - delivering the taste the British love, with food that's made in Britain by people who understand British consumers.  We supply a range of retail, wholesale, foodservice and other customers with some of Britain's best loved brands, including Ambrosia, Batchelors, Bisto, Hovis, Loyd Grossman, Mr. Kipling, Oxo and Sharwood’s . The company employs around 10,000 people operating from over 40 sites from Plymouth to Glasgow.


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