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Jacksons and Warburtons start Co-op own label bread contract

Jacksons and Warburtons start Co-op own label bread contract

first_imgSource: Co-opJacksons and Warburtons have kicked off their own-label bread contract with the Co-op.Under the deal, Jacksons will bake Co-op’s bread which is distributed daily across the UK through the Warburtons logistics network.Fourteen products are now made by the Hull-based bakery including a new 800g toastie loaf, Co-op’s Honest Value range and, a white & bran loaf containing bran and wheatgerm (pictured).The pair take over from former supplier Allied Bakeries which failed to agree commercial terms with the retailer on a contract renewal last summer.In its announcement at the time, parent company Associated British Foods described Co-op as “one of its more challenging accounts in terms of cost to serve”, with deliveries to 3,750 stores widespread across the UK. A “lengthy notice period” was given by Co-op to aid Allied in the transition.Owen Elliott, chief operating officer of Jacksons, which was established in 1851, described the new deal as a “brilliant opportunity”.“The William Jackson Food Group, which owns Jacksons, has a long history with Co-op and is closely aligned in terms of quality and values – it’s great to be able to build on this relationship even further,” he said.“A huge amount of work has gone into developing recipes for the new Co-op loaves, getting the factory ready for the additional business and setting up a logistics model to work with Warburtons.”Colin Bebbington, Warburtons sales director, said: “This partnership with Co-op will maximise our industry-leading distribution network to deliver freshly baked bakery products to its stores across the country. We are proud to be part of this partnership and are looking forward to working together with Jacksons and the Co-op for the long term.”Sinead Bell, Co-op’s director of chilled food and bakery added: “This is an exciting development with all the ‘ingredients’ to bake in our shared values – Co-op is committed to meeting the need for great quality, fresh, delicious bread and bakery products, conveniently.”last_img read more

Construction at Greenway Parcel 9 has commenced fo

Construction at Greenway Parcel 9 has commenced fo

first_imgConstruction at Greenway Parcel 9 has commenced for the Haymarket Square hotel proposal with the area being cleared and cordoned off by Suffolk Construction. The space is a vacant triangular parcel adjacent to Haymarket that came out of the Big Dig on property owned by the State’s Mass. Department of Transportation (MassDoT). A 6-story, 225-key hotel with a 1-story market hall will be located along a renovated Blackstone Street and the Rose Kennedy Greenway. The hotel flag is yet to be determined, but expected to be mid-priced brand. No on-site parking is planned. The hotel will use valet service to area garages.At Haymarket, the pushcart vendors will have 50 defined area stalls, along with awnings, dedicated water and utilities. In addition to public rest rooms, a community meeting room is included as mitigation in the agreement. Member of the MassDOT Parcel 9 Advisory Committee, Victor Brogna, provides an update on efforts to make public rest rooms a longstanding commitment beyond the initial owner of the property. In a recent email to the Boston Planning and Development Agency (BPDA), Brogna writes to the BPDA, “I [previously] received assurance [from the BPDA] that the Cooperation Agreement between the developer and the BRA would require the developer to provide public rest rooms. [The BPDA] made this assurance to the Zoning Commission at the Parcel 9 PDA hearing on July 13, 2016, during a discussion of community benefits to be provided by the project.  It should therefore be considered as a commitment upon which the Commission’s PDA approval was given.”Parcel 9 under construction in November 2018 (NEWF Image)The project was approved by the Boston Redevelopment Authority (BRA) Board of Directors in June of 2016 after a multi-year bid and review process. In 2017, designated developer Normandy Haymarket Investment Group, requested and was granted by MassDOT a Transfer of Interest in the project to Haymarket Hotel, LLC c/o Olshan Properties of New York.*Advertisement* As part of a Planned Development Area reviewed by the Boston Redevelopment Authority, the market hall pavilion is expected to bring the “third leg” of the emerging “Market District” centered around the longstanding Haymarket Pushcarts and new Boston Public Market. The project’s architect is Perkins + Will.Artist rendering of Haymarket Square Hotel project at Parcel 9In response to community feedback and height concerns from the Mass. Historical Commission, the developer lowered the highest section of the building from 103 feet to 65 feet in the latest plan. The first floor market hall was also reduced in height extending out toward the North End Greenway parks along Haymarket.While you’re here …we have a small favor to ask. More people than ever are reading NorthEndWaterfront.com but we need your help making ends meet. Advertising doesn’t bring in enough to pay for reporting or editorial work. Keeping this website going takes a lot of time, money and hard work. But we do it because we believe community news is important – and we think you do too. If everyone who reads this site, who likes it, puts in a bit to pay for it, then our future would be much more secure. Checks can be made out to North End Boston LLC, 343 Commercial St. #508, Boston 02109 or contribute online using the following links:*Make a One-Time Contribution* or *Become a Patron*last_img read more