DGM Growers aims for fresh identity

Jack Buck Growers, which specialises in unusual products such as chicory and fennel, has changed its name to DGM Growers.

Based near Holbeach, Lincolnshire, the grower was acquired by Fresca Group in 2007 and is wholly owned. It was, however, purchased from within another company that continues to trade as Jack Buck Farms.

Four years on, it has decided to give DGM Growers a new identity. The team continues unchanged. A new website will appear shortly.


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