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BFFF teams with Inspired Energy to make members more resilient

10 October 2021

The British Frozen Food Federation (BFFF) has teamed up with Inspired Energy, a commercial energy and sustainability advisor, in a bid to conquer the ongoing financial, environmental and supply chain risks facing its members. 

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Together they have created a package of services to help overcome barriers to post-Covid recovery and long-term prosperity, one of which being energy price volatility.
Richard Harrow, chief executive of the BFFF, said: “Energy is the largest indirect cost for most companies within the frozen food industry. As businesses look to recover from the impact of coronavirus, energy price uncertainty is set to continue. Our partnership with Inspired will provide members with a better understanding of the threats and the opportunities that exist within the current energy landscape.”
Urging members to take action now to futureproof against rising utilities costs, Wayne Brown, head of strategic partnerships at Inspired Energy, added: “With wholesale energy prices set to remain volatile for the foreseeable future, it can be difficult to determine how to best prepare your business for every eventuality.
In addition to providing protection against prices rises, a review of energy use will help BFFF members on their path to net zero, something many companies within the frozen food sector are now prioritising.

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