April 25, 2012

New routes to market in the UK

UK£12 million is being invested to open new routes to market with the construction of Northamptonshire’s latest grain store and processing facility in The UK. It will create a direct link between farmers and end-users in the Midlands,  moving farmers from the position of supplier to that of valued partner in the food supply chain.

The 'Northants' Advanced Processing Centre (APC), in Kettering, will put the region’s growers at the heart of a new approach to supply chain management. Within a 25-mile radius of the APC are nine of the country’s leading producers of combinable crop-based products from bread and biscuits to breakfast cereals. Together they use more than 1.25 million tonnes of grain annually and each demands a high quality product, supplied to a known specification each and every delivery. Read more ...

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