Beacon Foods Ltd

Telephone No: 01874 622577
Fax No: 01874 622123

Address 1: Unit 2 Warren Road
Address 2: Brecon Enterprise Park
Town: Brecon
County: Powys
Postcode: LD3 8BT

Contact Operations: Edward Gough

Contact Sales: Lynne Skyrme

Contact General: Edward Gough

No of Employees: 100

Company History: Award winning business established in 1993 by mother and son partnership, Rae Jones and Edward Gough. Now one of the UK's leading ingredients specialists, renowned for quality products, innovation and first class customer service.

Products: Ingredients specialist renowned for its extensive portfolio of quality roasted and char grilled vegetables and fruit, relishes, chutneys and sauces. Using state of the art, gas-fired through ovens with computer controlled memories, the company dry roasts, slow cooks, bar marks, steams, blanches, boils and simmers. Aubergines, asparagus, apples, beans, broccoli, bananas, carrots, cauliflowers or cherries, the company can do practically the whole alphabet in fruit and veg.

Markets: The company has a wide customer base including food manufacturers and the food service industry. Ingredients go into products sold in leading supermarket chains, the retail grocery trade, restaurants, pub chains, airlines and rail companies throughout the UK and Europe.

Processes: Safe food production is top priority, enforced by a bespoke product traceability and quality auditing system.

General Facilities: 30,000sq. ft processing plant, product development kitchen, customer suite and vegetable preparation area, a fleet of temperature-controlled delivery vehicles.  Vertical form fill and seal packaging systems enable the company to weigh and pack wet and dry products ranging from 15 grams to 300g and 500g to 5 kilo. The company can supply single portion and small portion controlled packs.

Standards: British Retail Consortium (BRC) Golbal Standard for Food Safety, Investors in People, European Union's Eco-management and Organic Food Federation Certification.

Main area of operation: Food and drinks.

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