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Kudos Blends unveils facility expansion

19 September 2011

Kudos Blends, a supplier of raising agents for the baking industry, has officially opened a £750,000 expansion to its blending and milling facility

Kudos Blends, based in Cleobury Mortimer on the Shropshire/Worcestershire border, puts the chemistry behind baking, helping bakers all around the world to produce high quality, tasty products.

The new expansion was unveiled on Friday 9 September and was officially opened by Philip Dunne MP for Ludlow. As a result of the expansion, Kudos Blends has recruited three additional people to work in the new facility with another five expected to be employed next year.

The company was founded in 1999 by Managing Director Dinnie Jordan with the vision to be the world leading supplier of functional raising agents. This vision is now a reality as the business is an internationally recognised leader in the design and production of technically driven raising agents.

The expansion to the blending and milling facility was necessary to allow Kudos Blends to meet growing demand. It has recently launched a range of products which help bakers to reduce the amount of salt in baked goods by up to 50%. KUDOS Potassium Bicarbonate helps bakers to achieve their salt reduction targets without compromising the quality, taste, texture and functionality of their products.

Dinnie Jordan said: “This is a very exciting time for Kudos Blends as we are now having a significant impact on the international markets with our reduced salt products. Not only are we putting our business on the international stage, we’re also putting Cleobury Mortimer there.''

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