The site is a leading producer of carbonated, dilute to taste and ready to drink soft drinks, offering a large variety of flavours and pack formats.
370 employees are employed at the Bradford site, which manufactures carbonated, dilute to taste and ready to drink soft drinks in a range of formats, mainly for customer own label.
Since 2009 the Bradford site has investment in a range of significant initiatives, including new employee welfare facilities, a new state of the art 400,000 sq. ft automated warehouse and Ingredients Processing Centre. The Ingredients Processing Centre (IPC) is one of the most technologically advanced syrup producing facilities in Europe and can generate over 1million litres of syrup per day. The Bradford site has the capability to produce almost 70million cases of product annually, more than one case for every person living in the UK.
The site is based in South Bradford close to the M62 motorway and 10 miles from Leeds City Centre, providing excellent transport links. Bradford is a modern multicultural city with a rich Victorian heritage. In 2015 Bradford was voted Curry Capital of Britain for the 5th consecutive year and boasts over 200 Asian restaurants.
In 2009 Bradford beat Los Angeles, Venice and Cannes to become the first UNESCO City of Film. Bradford is also home to Saltaire Village, a UNESCO World Heritage Site where Bradford’s most famous artist David Hockney still displays his work. Parts of the city also played host to the Tour De France in 2014