Laila’s Fine Foods is pleased to announce that for the 15th consecutive year the factory has achieved A+ status BRC accreditation (Issue 8) in recent audits. BRC Global Standards for Food Safety is developed by a range of people within the food industry; experts within foodservice, retail and manufacture. These standards provide a framework in which companies can be assessed… Read more »
From new product lines to awards and milestones, welcome to the news page—the place to keep up-to-date with Laila’s Fine Foods.
Laila’s Fine Foods are a successful, family run manufacturer of chilled and frozen ready meals for the UK retail and foodservice sectors. We are looking for hard working, motivated people to join us as weekend production operatives. Main Responsibilities: Working in various departments as required as part of a team to ensure that we complete the week’s production and packing… Read more »
We are delighted to announce that Laila’s Fine Foods scored an A+ rating in our recent unannounced BRC audit. BRC Global Standards – the standards and protocol arm of the British Retail Consortium – is a leading brand and consumer protection organisation, employed by over 25, 000 certificated suppliers in 130 countries, with certification issued through a global network of accredited… Read more »
Laila’s Fine Foods, welcomed TV crews into its recently extended factory in Bispham, Lancashire for a feature on the move towards more sustainable cardboard trays used in food manufacturing for Channel 4’s Food Unwrapped programme, which aired on TV screens on Monday night (11th June 2018). The show’s presenter, Kate Quilton, headed to the Fylde Coast earlier this year to… Read more »
Laila’s Fine Foods Macaroni Cheese with Kale and Pancetta produced for the Lidl What’s Cooking? range, won gold in the Best New Meat-Based Product award at this year’s British Frozen Foods Federation Annual Awards. Another Laila’s product, Lemon and Black Pepper Chicken Fettuccine for Iceland Foods also won gold in the Best New Poultry-Based Product category whilst the Foodservice version… Read more »