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Laila’s Fine Foods included in prestigious ‘1000 companies to inspire Britain’ report

Laila’s Fine Foods has been identified as one of London Stock Exchange Group’s 1000 Companies to inspire Britain. The report is a celebration of the UK’s fastest-growing and most dynamic small and medium sized businesses across the UK. To be included in the list, companies needed to show consistent revenue growth over a minimum of three years, significantly outperforming their… Read more »

Laila named as one of Lancashire’s ‘Hidden Heroes’ at St Georges Day Event

Business Cloud magazine hosted a business event recognising 12 inspirational individuals who have made significant,  contributions to the industries in which they operate. Business Cloud Editor, Chris Maguire, hosted panel interviews with each to find out what makes them tick and where their endless motivation comes from. Commenting on her inclusion in the Hidden Heroes event Laila commented, “I am always amazed when people… Read more »

Quality Manager

The Company Laila’s Fine Foods are a successful, family run manufacturer of chilled and frozen ready meals for the UK retail and foodservice sectors. Committed to ‘Manufacturing Excellence’ and working through both innovation and investment, our product range is second to none and instantly recognisable. Business potential is excellent and the company has entered a period of cultural change that… Read more »

Laila Features in 2017 The North West 100 Women in Business list.

Laila Remtulla, Managing Director of Laila’s Fine Foods, has featured at number 16 in the growth category of the 2017 Insider North West 100 Women in Business list. The list produced annually ranks the North Wests region’s most influential women. It features leading figures from the worlds of education, professional services, retail, manufacturing, property and the media. This year the… Read more »

Laila’s Fine Foods retains BRC grade A

Family-owned ready meal manufacturer, Bispham-based Laila’s Fine Foods, has maintained its A grade BRC certification for another year. Under the version 7 of the BRC Standard for Food Manufacturers, an A grade is one of the highest awards that a business can achieve within the certification scheme. The BRC certificate streamlines the supplier approval process, whilst also helping retailers and… Read more »