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IN THE SPOTLIGHT: FOOD & BEVERAGE


IN THE SPOTLIGHT


NEW ART WORK PROVIDES FOOD FOR THOUGHT


A fine art gallery has sold a piece by one of its published artists to a firm which brings the world’s finest foods to the UK and Ireland. The major food firm, which works with iconic British food brand


Campbells Soup, was delighted to buy an original painting, featuring Campbells Soup, by emerging artist Yuvi from The Rose Gallery. The firm felt the painting’s contemporary imagery, and use of its customer’s brand, was the type of artwork they wanted to display and following further conversations with gallery owner Deborah Davey they have commissioned another piece for their premises. Deborah said: “We’ve been working with a


major food firm on the refurbishment of their offices and were delighted when they purchased the painting by Yuvi. We are now working on a commission piece together that will celebrate the firm’s 30th anniversary and incorporate icons from the local community.”


‘WE ARE NOW


WORKING ON A COMMISSION


PIECE TOGETHER’


In this issue we look at FOOD & BEVERAGE, GROWING YOUR BUSINESS and LEGAL SERVICES in the Northamptonshire area


WIN FOR ETHICAL VITAMIN COMPANY


Ethical vitamin company Viridian Nutrition has picked up an award for its new innovative organic topical Black Seed blend. The new Organic Repair 5 Serum blends Egyptian black seed with


traditional British herbs – creating a luxurious all-over skin serum for topical use, formulated to address five primary wellness issues. It was named winner of Best New Organic Beauty Product at the


prestigious industry Natural & Organic Awards Europe expo, in London. This multi-functional organic topical repair oil blend is formulated


without synthetic fragrances or colourings and meets the Soil Association’s COSMOS certification, the global standard for organic and natural cosmetics. Viridian Nutrition’s technical director, Aimee Benbow, said: “We are


thrilled the Organic Repair 5 Serum has won Best New Organic Beauty Award. “Working with nature and using sustainable ingredients is crucial to


our NPD programme. Viridian’s Organic Repair 5 Serum reflects our ongoing commitment to purity and clarity. “More importantly, it carries the Soil Association’s COSMOS


certification, meeting the highest standards for natural and organic cosmetics.” The Organic Repair 5 product launch coincides with Black Seed


being named Viridian Ingredient of the Year 2019. Organic Repair 5 Serum is a topical treatment for external use only,


and is part of the Viridian Nutrition 200+ range of award-winning nutritional supplements and oils.


THE TRENDS CENTRAL TO FURTHER GROWTH


Northamptonshire-based frozen food distributor Central Foods has announced significant growth over the last year as the business continues to expand. The company currently


distributes more than 64,000 cases of food a week – up more than 16% on the previous year. One of the country’s leading


frozen food distributors serving the food service sector, Central Foods supplies more than 400 products to pubs, hotels, coffee shops, schools, universities, restaurants, hospitals, sports and leisure venues, takeaways and other outlets in eight different countries via more than 240 wholesalers. Gordon Lauder, managing


director of Collingtree-based Central Foods, said: “We pride ourselves on being ahead of food trends, which means we can supply our customers with food that their customers, in turn, will enjoy. Our free-from range, featuring gluten-


Central Foods MD Gordon Lauder (left) and executive chef Paul Hunt


free and plant-based products is doing particularly well at the moment, as more consumers opt for a vegetarian, vegan or flexitarian diet, and the demand for gluten-free products rises. “As a company founded in


Northamptonshire 23 years ago, we are delighted to have experienced such significant growth in the past 12 months.”


Visit: www.centralfoods.co.uk AUGUST/SEPTEMBER 2019 inbusiness 19


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