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Heck Food enlist local accountancy to grow selection

Heck Food, the 17.5 million turnover family-run sausage maker, has appointed Yorkshire cpa Garbutt + Elliott to support the fast-growing local brand expand its vegetarian and vegan range.

The company’s items are currently stocked in supermarkets through the UK, and it’s also now hoping to further expand on its meat-free ranges.

The meat-free food sector is exploding in popularity weight loss consumers turn their back on meat and adopt a healthier, “flexitarian” diet.

Garbutt + Elliott will provide financial advice and support that can help the business further expand its range into vegetarian and vegan soups and broths.

Its growth ambitions stick to the opening of a new 3.5 million production facility in 2017, which created 75 jobs in your community and today produces above 700 sausages for each minute.

Debbie Keeble, co-founder of Heck Food, said: “We’re proud to acquire grown a real successful and well-recognised brand so quickly and then we have real ambitions for the future.

“Our future growth will be driven by expanding further with new product ranges, so we’re excited to apply the team’s guidance to capitalise on new sectors and markets.”

Richard Feltham, partner at Garbutt + Elliott, added: “Heck Meals are a tremendously impressive Yorkshire success story inside of a sector that’s crucial that you the location and one in which we particularly specialise. It’s an exciting time to be helping Heck achieve its continued growth and expansion plans.

“Every small business strategic assistance with securing finances, but what sets us apart is usually that we build strong client relationships and acquire for the heart of these needs. High quality to dealing with Heck Food on and on over the journey with them.”

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