Singapore Food Industries
New Covent Garden, the UK's largest chilled soup brand, announced a major push earlier this week with the launch of six varieties. The company, owned by Singapore Food Industries, hopes the move will attract new customers to the fresh soup category. Katy Humphries caught up with New Covent Garden marketing manager Nick Munby to find out more about the group's plans for the sector.
Singapore Food Industries (SFI) is one of the country’s largest food companies with sales of S$714.9m (US$518.5m) in 2007. It is also a company with both an international profile and further aspirations overseas. Rupert Sutton met with chief operating officer Philip Lim to find out more.
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UK soup maker New Covent Garden has announced plans to expand its line-up of fresh soups as part of its 'fresh for winter' marketing push.
The New Covent Garden Food Co. has expanded its product range in the UK to include a line of ready meals for vegetarians.
Singapore Food Industries (SFI) has seen its annual profits fall, dragged down by its loss-making Irish business that was placed under administration late last year.
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