Award for Hunter & Gather

by | Dec 1, 2017

Uniserve customer Hunter & Gather Foods have been celebrating recently, after winning a sought after industry award in a ceremony hosted by ‘Food Matters Live’ at London’s ExCeL last week.

Hunter & Gather won the main event, the prestigious Innovative Better-for-You Product of the Year Award 2017, for their Avocado Oil Mayonnaise.

Uniserve Client Development Manager – Andrew Burden – attended the event with the excited winners and commented “It was fantastic to be there when the announcement was made and to see their reaction”.

“They are a small business trying to make a healthy difference with a limited number of natural products. This makes the achievement even more impressive and we congratulate them for an excellent achievement”.

 

Uniserve Group provide a range of e-commerce and fulfilment solutions for online retailers through our distribution centres in both the UK and across the globe.

For further information on how Uniserve Group can add value to your retail supply chain, then please call 01708 259400 or email info@ugroup.co.uk.

 

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