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Duerr's sweet rise in B2B

24 July 2015

F. Duerr and Sons has expanded its business to business operations to accommodate a surge in demand for their products used in everything from apple pies to doughnuts.

The UK’s oldest family-owned preserves and peanut butter producers, are recording an 20% surge in demand for their jams, honey, mincemeat and peanut butter across a wide range of fresh, frozen and ambient products.

Manchester-based Duerr’s has increased manufacturing capacity with the installation of a new production line within the existing Duerr’s production facility.

The innovation team at Duerr’s is on hand to work in partnership with clients to create bespoke products with a rapid turnaround time, allowing clients to capitalise on the latest customer crazes.

Mark Duerr, managing director of F Duerr & Sons, comments: “We currently distribute hot and cold fillings to a wide range of manufacturers that create products for the UK’s biggest supermarkets, right down to bespoke manufacturing businesses.

“We have been producing quality ingredients for over 134 years, and this experience, coupled with our ability to produce bespoke orders, is what makes us popular with manufacturers of all sizes.” 

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