Following our recent post (Chicken King Lickin’ Fingers), it seems that more cracks are appearing in Boparan’s empire.  In a recent article on the Food Manufacture website, the disposal of 2Sisters Red Meat to Irish business Kepak has prompted speculation in the City that this may not be the last division to be put on the […]

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From the Sunday Times (8 July 2018): The poultry tycoon known as the Chicken King is braced for a clash with his lenders and pension trustees over the use of proceeds from a £200m sale of the Goodfella’s pizza brand. Ranjit Boparan, whose 2 Sisters food processing business supplies supermarkets ranging from Marks & Spencer […]

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During the 2018 annual art show in the former church, (which is sited on one side of the historic thirteenth-century square, listed as a Grade II conservation-area) a number of visitors from OUTSIDE Stoke Ferry offered comments which perhaps lend a much-needed sense of perspective and an insight into how our village is perceived by […]

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According to DEFRA’s 2013 guidelines it is illegal for animal feed manufacturers to emit anything other than pure water vapour from the stack. So here is Wednesday 28 March 2018 at 1720 hours… Click here to see the video

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We have seen a letter informing the owners of the 2 Agriculture feed-mill of a Notice of Contravention of the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974. It came from Anthony Brookes, HM Inspector of Health and Safety, and is dated 27 March 2017 It reads – ‘During the course of my visit of 15th […]

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Now that Ranjit Boparan has resigned as CEO of the 2 Sisters Food Group, attention is being focussed on his replacement. Of particular interest is the question whether his son should be his heir. Antonio Singh Boparan, 30, is one of six managing directors at the Black Country food manufacturer which was founded by his […]

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Ranjit Singh Boparan, co-founder and CEO of scandal-hit 2 Sisters Food Group, will step down from his role after 25 years at the helm. The UK-based company has now started a process to find a new chief executive and will be considering external and internal candidates. Martyn Fletcher in his capacity as COO will be […]

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This takes the biscuit. Neil Fisher, MP, who led the inquiry into the 2Sisters food scandal which saw 2Ag’s then CEO Ranjit Boparan hauled up before a Parliamentary Committee to answer questions about food hygiene in his West Bromwich chicken-processing plant, is not amused. Boparan, already on a yellow card, sent out boxes of Fox […]

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The 2 Sisters Food Group (operators of the Stoke Ferry Mill) are still in hot water with MPs according to a recent BBC article. Problems at a site run by the 2 Sisters Food Group in the West Midlands which forced them to suspend operations over hygiene concerns were “not a one-off” and it had a […]

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We’ve heard that 2Agriculture have been looking for somewhere else to site the animal feed mill, currently in the middle of Stoke Ferry.  They have made 2 planning applications in the Thetford area, both of which have been refused (we are seeking to establish the reasons, but if rejected in Thetford why should we have […]

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