"Our business and our passion is the provision of high quality fresh potatoes and vegetables"
Manor Fresh has a fresh produce heritage stretching back over 30 years, our commitment to supply our customers with the very highest standards of fresh produce is based upon working closely with our suppliers and colleagues to achieve mutual success.
A passion for fresh produce, flexibility and a commitment to continuous improvement across our business are Manor Fresh attributes that we pride ourselves on.
New product development, innovation and the further development of our existing vegetable product ranges are key elements to all our business endeavours. We believe that the collective Manor Fresh team are well placed to deliver any mutually beneficial marketing opportunities going forward.
Manor Fresh is an independently managed joint venture company, ultimately owned equally by Fresca Group Limited (based at Paddock Wood in Kent) and A H Worth & Co Ltd (based at Holbeach Hurn)
The Manor Fresh Board comprises two executive directors, Michael Scott (Managing Director) and Nigel Baker (Finance Director) and four non executives, Ian Craig and Nigel Trood representing the Fresca Group and Duncan Worth and Martin Taylor representing A H Worth & Co.
Modern Slavery Policy Statement
“Manor Fresh remains completely committed to achieving an ethical supply chain that is free from all forms of exploitation. We recognise the challenge is difficult and are committed to work in partnership with our supply chain to deliver whatever is reasonably practicable to mitigate the potential risks. Risks that have been identified have seen significant improvement to date and we are committed to continue to reduce these risks further. Likewise we expect our suppliers to Manor Fresh, directly or as a member of the wider supply chain, to echo these values and support our efforts throughout their supply chains in a combined objective where we will all work together to meet the necessary standards.
During the last year we have reduced identified risks, significantly improved awareness training and made good procedural progress. The next year continues this work in line with our evolving ethical strategy.”