In 2019 Princes joined with the Champions 12.3 initiative in supporting the Sustainable Development Goal target ( also 12.3 ) of reducing field to fork food waste by 50% by
Premier Foods is proud to be launching a new initiative for the education channel which will aim to bring local communities together by encouraging them to come and eat together.
One of our key objectives relating to our ethical trading and human rights programme is about making sure our colleagues across the business understand our approach and how each of
We all recognise the importance of looking beyond our own operations to assess, identify and mitigate ethical risks within our global supply chains, this is one of the reasons Princes
We have made further progress to increase the recycled content of the plastics we use with the introduction of 50% recycled content in the plain and printed shrink-wrap we use
Sustainability has always been part of the ethos and business plan of Cookery School at Little Portland Street. Since 2003, the school’s founder Rosalind Rathouse, has been inspiring and teaching
St Martin and St Mary C of E Primary School were last year’s winners of the McDougalls Young Baking Team competition; we caught up with its school caterer to find
Chapter House Preparatory School were crowned Premier Foods’ McDougalls Young Baking Team of the Year winners back in the summer of 2017, we caught up with them to find out
Nic Hastie, School Caterer at St Martin and St Mary C of E Primary School and winners of the 2018 McDougalls Young Baking Team Competition, comments: “I think that cookery
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