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Friars Pride welcome four new faces to the team



Friars Pride has expanded its workforce with the appointment of four new members of staff at its Peterborough depot.


The new team members comprise Catherine Davis, telesales operator, Samantha Holm, finance manager, Ollie Elliott, telesales operator and Jon Bale, telesales office manager.

Friars Pride comments: “We are pleased to welcome some new team members to our Peterborough Depot. As we are expanding as a company, so is our work force. With additional roles within telesales and finance, we’re sure you will extend them a warm welcome.

“Friars Pride employ passionate people to help us develop into the business we want to become. As a growing business, we understand it is our people that make Friars Pride who we are!”

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WHOLESALER v CASH & CARRY

In 2011 cash & carries accounted for 42% of the wholesale market (£11.3 billion). Delivered grocery represented 34% (£8.8 billion) and delivered foodservice 24% (£6.4 billion)

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