Tuesday, May 25, 2010

News: Beatson Clark steps in to help Mrs Darlington out of a pickle


Rotherham glass manufacturer, Beatson Clark has stepped in to help Legendary Lemon Curd, preserves and chutneys producers, Mrs Darlington's after they were let down by their glass packaging supplier.

Dawn Pugh, marketing manager at Beatson Clark said: "We are delighted to have been able to help Mrs Darlington's and are pleased that our products and service have restored their confidence in suppliers.

"The ten ounce pickle jar, eight ounce preserve jar and the 370ml sauce jar that we produce for Mrs Darlington's are all examples of our ability to work not only with high product volumes but also with smaller companies producing niche brands.

"Our flexibility means we can cater for the additional requirements of customers like Mrs Darlington's, supplying them with the products they require in the volumes they need. We are delighted to be associated with a company that reflects our core values."

Sarah Darlington, Director of Darlington & Daughters said: "Our products are all about heritage, our company was created on traditional values and our products reflect this.

"Packaging is paramount to our brand identity and therefore a supplier that understands this, is able to provide the style and shape we require, along with an excellent level of customer service, is what we need.

"Beatson Clark have been excellent, their consistency and reliable supply mean we no longer have to worry about glass availability and they have been key in helping us find glass packaging solutions for our new products.

"Glass packaging is perfect for our products it allows us to portray the fine quality of our curds, jams, chutneys and sauces of which we are renowned. With glass being infinitely recyclable it is also a much better packaging option for the environment."

Beatson Clark website

Images: mrsdarlingtons.com


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