Fox's Sports Biscuits 200 g (Pack of 12)

£9.9
FREE Shipping

Fox's Sports Biscuits 200 g (Pack of 12)

Fox's Sports Biscuits 200 g (Pack of 12)

RRP: £99
Price: £9.9
£9.9 FREE Shipping

In stock

We accept the following payment methods

Description

We believe the sale to Ferrero is not only beneficial for 2 Sisters Food Group, but it means a positive future for the Fox’s brand with an owner who has a compatible culture and a global reputation for high-quality branded chocolate and biscuit products.” Rivals Burton's Biscuits, which owns the Jammie Dodgers brand, and Biscuit International, one of Europe's largest makers of private label biscuits, had also expressed an interest in Fox's Biscuits. Bankers Rothschild & Co - previously named as advisers to the auction of Fox’s last year - acted as sole financial adviser to 2 Sisters on the disposal.

July 2022 - 07:37 GMT Have all types of Foxes Chocolate biscuits been withdrawn from production. Salted caramel ,orange,fudge.everything.totally disappeared since Chrustnas time.WHY???????? Fox’s is a very high quality business, but it has never really been a fit for 2 Sisters and hopefully they have achieved the right sort of price, some of which will need to go into the Northern Foods Pension Scheme,”​ Wild told Food Manufacture​. Only Fox's branded biscuit business is expected to be included in the deal, and not Fox's own-label products. If agreed, Ferrero would take charge of around 1,500 Fox's Biscuits employees. A spokesperson for Ferrero said: “There are no plans to change staffing levels at this point. Our primary intention is to invest in the acquired business, capitalise on exciting new growth opportunities for Burton’s Biscuits and make the integration process as seamless as possible, and this only after all regulatory approvals are obtained.” The new business will continue to operate under the Ferrero-related company following the acquisition of Burton’s last year and the acquisition of Fox's Biscuits in 2020.We have listened to many interested parties over the years, but we have always been clear that Fox’s would only be sold to the right new home, at the right time and for the right value. This sale represents another significant deal for us, underlining our commitment to our business turnaround. The company was founded in 1853 in a terraced house, 17 Whitaker Street, in Batley in West Yorkshire by Michael Spedding, who worked from his small bakehouse making "eatables" to sell at feasts and fairs held throughout the north of England. His daughter Hannah provided the name for the company when she married Fred Ellis Fox in the late 1800s. [1] [2] The house in Whitaker Street still stands. Ronald Kers, CEO of Boparan Holdings Ltd, said: “This sale is in line with our strategy and is further good news as we build on two years of strong turnaround momentum and continue to focus on our core business. It strengthens our liquidity position and reduces our leverage ahead of our planned refinance of the business.

A possible announcement over a deal comes more than three years after 2 Sisters first disclosed it had been approached over Fox's Biscuits by a mystery buyer, believed to be Burton's Biscuits. A deal between the pair, however, failed to materialise. Ronald Kers, chief executive of Boparan Holdings Ltd, said: “This sale is in line with our strategy and is further good news as we build on two years of strong turnaround momentum and continue to focus on our core business. It strengthens our liquidity position and reduces our leverage ahead of our planned refinance of the business. The brand is famous for its television adverts showing pyramids of chocolates on silver trays served up at a mysterious ambassador’s party.

Stalen zenuwen: bij dit werk mag je geen hoogtevrees hebben

Ranjit Singh, president of 2 Sisters parent firm Boparan Holdings Ltd, said: “Fox’s Biscuits has always been an attractive brand and as one of only two major independent biscuit makers in the UK, it is a prized asset in this market. ​



  • Fruugo ID: 258392218-563234582
  • EAN: 764486781913
  • Sold by: Fruugo

Delivery & Returns

Fruugo

Address: UK
All products: Visit Fruugo Shop