R&G Fresh Herbs moves

R&G Fresh Herbs will be moving from its current premises, after 45 years of trading from their site in West End, Surrey.

The company, which is a major supplier of cut culinary herbs to the retail, food service and wholesale sectors, has outgrown its current site and invested in new facilities at Farnborough.

Mathew Prestwich, owner of R&G Fresh Herbs said: "This facility will house new, state of the art packaging machinery and the building itself has been constructed to the highest possible standards. Technical excellence and customer service have always been at the top of R&G's agenda and the new facility means that maintaining and improving upon this will be guaranteed for years to come."

Founded in 1958, R&G Fresh Herbs is "the oldest and most established commercial grower and supplier of fresh cut culinary herbs in the UK". The new facility will open on the 13 September 2016.


Have you registered with us yet?

Register now to enjoy more articles and free email bulletins

Sign up now
Already registered?
Sign in

Before commenting please read our rules for commenting on articles.

If you see a comment you find offensive, you can flag it as inappropriate. In the top right-hand corner of an individual comment, you will see 'flag as inappropriate'. Clicking this prompts us to review the comment. For further information see our rules for commenting on articles.

comments powered by Disqus

Read These Next

What challenges and opportunities lie in store for tomato growers?

What challenges and opportunities lie in store for tomato growers?

The British Tomato Growers Association (TGA) conference today (21 September) heard a range of perspectives on what changes lie in store for the sector and how to anticipate them.

Buoyant demand for UK apples but frost and labour remain concerns

Buoyant demand for UK apples but frost and labour remain concerns

As the British apple season begins, English Apples & Pears (EAP) is warning that growers will feel the effects of both a late frost in spring and also constrained labour supply.

Tomorrow's tractors

Tomorrow's tractors

These machines have advanced rapidly over recent years but what does the future hold? Sally Drury looks ahead.


Follow us on:
  • Facebook
  • LinkedIn
  • Twitter
  • Google +
Horticulture Jobs
More Horticulture Jobs

Pest & Disease Tracker bulletin 

The latest pest and disease alerts, how to treat them, plus EAMU updates, sent direct to your inbox.

Sign up here

Professor Geoffrey Dixon

GreenGene International chair Geoff Dixon on the business of fresh produce production
 

Read Professor Geoffrey Dixon