Our Long Sutton Factory produces canned products as part of the Princes Food Group and became part of the Princes Ltd portfolio following acquisition in 2011.

Long Sutton is our largest food production site in the UK producing a range of canned products including baked beans, vegetables, fruit, pulses, pasta and meatballs.

The site, located in rural Lincolnshire, is a major purchaser of locally-grown British produce from independent agricultural farms for branded and customer own-brand products and employs over 500 employees with additional agency/contractor staff.

A market town in the South Holland district of Lincolnshire.  Long Sutton is best known having brought the notorious highwayman, Dick Turpin to Long Sutton. Turpin lived in the town for 9 months under an alias, and there is a road named after him.  The nearest town Kings Lynn is situated 14 miles away and is Brim full of history and with a vibrant town centre, King’s Lynn is the ideal destination to enjoy the superb mix of history, shopping and entertainment on offer.

The Hanseatic town of King’s Lynn was one of England’s most important ports from as early as the 12th century and this maritime past is still very much in evidence today. Fine old merchants’ houses stretch down to the river between cobbled lanes and the elegant Custom House overlooks the harbour. The town’s heritage is reflected in an amazing array of historic buildings and at two magnificent market places: Saturday Market Place, where St Margaret’s Church , designated as a Minster Church in 2011 by the Bishop of Norwich, is surrounded by splendid buildings and Tuesday Market Place, quite possibly one of England’s grandest squares.

You can discover the story of King’s Lynn by visiting a host of heritage sites and attractions, best discovered with the help of the free guide Discover King’s Lynn or by joining a guided tour. The town’s Hanseatic history and trading links with Europe can be discovered on the self-guided Hanse Trail. The story of the town’s maritime trade, its fishing communities and its famous navigators can be explored on the Maritime Trail, or take a trip on the King's Lynn ferry to see the maritime landscape of the King's Lynn quayside and town from the banks of West Lynn.

Alternatively, you can embark on a trail to discover the history of pilgrims, who passed through Lynn on their way to the Shrine of Our Lady at Walsingham in medieval times.

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