Leading fresh chilled food producer Freshtime UK continues to grow with five new appointments at its headquarters in Boston, Lincolnshire.
Jodie Dean (Development Technologist), Katie Fletcher (Factory Planner), Becky Hourihan (Production Manager), Emily Criddle (Temporary Procurement Assistant) and Callum Albrighton (Marketing Data Analyst) have joined the company as former Florette Chief Executive Mark Newton continues his ambitious plans for growth.
Jodie Dean, who joined Freshtime from Orchard House Foods, has a degree in Food and Nutrition from Sheffield Hallam University and is keen to pursue the new opportunity she has at Freshtime. She has previously worked with retailers such as Marks & Spencer and Tesco
Katie Fletcher has opted for a career change, returning to her home town of Boston after working in the British Army and as an air traffic controller. Becky Hourihan has gained most of her food sector experience working for Bakkavor in various production management roles. Emily Criddle joined Freshtime at the end of April as maternity leave cover in the procurement department. She has a degree in Geography and Geology and an MSc in Climate Change and Sustainable Development but she is keen to build her career in the food industry.
Callum Albrighton has a degree in Business and Marketing and this is his first marketing role since leaving university. “I’m delighted with all our new recruits,” said Freshtime’s Managing Director Mark Newton. “We are steadily building a team with a really strong skill set, and our performance as a business is going from strength to strength as a result.”