Saturday, August 20, 2022

Food Innovations Baking Group centralises nine production units with £3m Nottinghamshire move

35 jobs are being created by an independent manufacturer of home baking products, following its relocation to a new site in Nottinghamshire.

Food Innovations Baking Group, which supplies the full spectrum of edible and non-edible products under licence, private label and own brand, has completed a £3m move that has seen it centralise nine production units into one brand new facility on Panattoni Park in Eastwood.

The sizeable investment has created a number of additional dedicated lines and helped it expand its Product Development Kitchen to give it more capacity to bring additional baking kits and other products to market.

Backed by Ardenton Capital, the company is now looking to recruit ten technical and NPD jobs, with a further twenty-five roles available in production, ranging from general/skilled operatives to line and area leaders.

“Demand for our range of products has really accelerated during Covid-19 and this prompted the need for a purpose-built central facility in Nottinghamshire that will give us the platform for the next twenty years,” explained Jag Sanghera, HR Manager at Food Innovations Baking Group’s Nottingham facility.

“We have moved from nine individual units to one central site, where all the administration, manufacturing and R&D work is carried out under one roof and benefits from state-of-the-art production space.”

She continued: “Better still we are creating 35 jobs, which comes at a great time for the people of Nottingham who may be considering their career prospects following the pandemic.”

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