Samworth Brothers is a UK based food manufacturer. Founded by George Samworth in 1896, Samworth Brothers is a private company. The head office for Samworth Brothers is located in Melton Mowbray and Callington, England.
Privately-owned Samworth Brothers is one of the UK's largest chilled food producers, owns the Ginsters brand and makes own-label convenience food for the likes of Tesco and Waitrose but it operates away from the public eye. Dean Best spoke to CEO Brian Stein about the company's development and its ambitions.
Alex Knight, the chief executive of Samworth Brothers, has stepped down just over a year after being appointed, the UK food group confirmed today (30 March).
Samworth Brothers, the UK food group that counts Cornish pasty brand Ginsters in its range, has acquired West Cornwall Pasty Co., a UK food-to-go retail chain specialising in making and selling pasties.
UK potato supplier Branston has opened a GBP5m (US$6.1m) prepared potato factory extension at its site in Lincolnshire as part of an initiative with retailer Tesco to reduce food waste.
Samworth Brothers, the UK food group, has acquired Tesco's former Euphorium bakery plant in Weybridge after the retail giant decided to sell the Euphorium business.
Samworth Brothers, the UK group behind the Ginsters and Soreen brands, has hired advisor Alex Knight as its chief executive after Lindsey Pownall stepped down for personal reasons.
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Samworth Brothers, the UK branded and private-label supplier, has entered the country's sports nutrition market through the acquisition of SCI-MX.
Samworth Brothers, the UK food group, has launched its first on-the-go breakfast offering under the Soreen banner.
Ginsters, a division of UK food group Samworth Brothers, has launched its first meat snacking line in the country.
Ginsters, a division of UK food group Samworth Brothers, has launched a microwaveable snack under sub-brand H+EAT in a bid to attract younger consumers in the country.
UK food group Samworth Brothers has acquired fruit and malt loaf brand Soreen for an undisclosed sum from baker McCambridge Group.
UK food group Samworth Brothers plans to expand own-label unit Brooksby Foods.
UK private-label supplier and Ginsters owner Samworth Brothers plans to open a production facility in Leicester.
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Brian Stein will step down as CEO of UK own-label manufacturer and Ginsters pasties owner Samworth Brothers at the end of the month.
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Samworth Brothers' Ginsters division has teamed up with chef Levi Roots to launch a range of pasties under the Reggae Reggae brand.
Two of the UK's largest retailers, Tesco and Sainsbury's, gave an update on their trading this week and the former's new promotional campaign remained a talking point. Another subject of fierce debate was Denmark's new fat tax, which the country's food manufacturers have described as a "bureaucratic nightmare". Click on the links for more.
Tesco and Sainsbury's trading updates dominated the industry headlines here in the UK but, as the week came to a close, another profit warning from the country's largest food maker, Premier Foods plc, stunned the sector. Elsewhere, Hershey and Ferrero joined forces on logistics, while there was plenty of M&A talk, including a significant deal in the sugar sector.
An increase in costs has weighed on annual profits at UK private-label supplier and Ginsters owner Samworth Brothers.
Shares in Premier Foods plc plummeted this morning after the UK's largest food maker issued another profit warning.
Irish food company Greencore paid too much for Uniq, according to the chief executive of Samworth Brothers, which had been a rival suitor for the UK sandwich-to-desserts firm.
UK food maker Samworth Brothers has made two of its Ginsters sandwiches lines permanent editions to the range.
UK food maker Samworth Brothers has confirmed that the palm oil used in all its Ginsters pasties, slices and sausage rolls will now come from certified sustainable sources.
UK chilled foods firm Samworth Brothers is to create up to 70 jobs through the opening of a factory in Melton.
Trading at UK food group Uniq has been "in-line with expectations" in the first 21 weeks of the year, the company's board of directors has said.
Greencore, the Ireland-based own-label group, and Ginsters pasty maker Samworth Brothers are reported to be among the first-round bidders for UK desserts-to-sandwich firm Uniq.
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