Butt Foods expands team with two new managers

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first_imgBakery supplier Butt Foods has appointed Chris Collings and Helen Procter to its management team.Helen Procter has taken on the role of technical manager and Chris Collings is becoming product development manager.Procter has worked in the food manufacturing industry since 2009, for several high-profile firms.Her role at Butt Foods includes ensuring all processes meet legal requirements, along with food safety and consumer satisfaction.Collings has 15 years of bakery experience and has been in the food sector for 18 years.“Both Helen and Chris bring many years of experience to their roles and I am very pleased to welcome them to the Butt Foods team. We have some exciting plans for the business this year, including the launch of new products,” said Dan Butt, managing director at Butt Foods.The appointments follow the firm’s preparation to celebrate its 30th anniversary later this year.“As one of the leading speciality naan and flatbread producers in the UK, Butt Foods is committed to building on the success that has been achieved.”Butt Foods is based in Nottingham and supplies naans, flatbreads and sub rolls.last_img read more


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first_imgWNYNewsNow Stock Image.App users, tap here to watch videoJAMESTOWN – Jamestown Mayor Eddie Sundquist says his administration is working with the company NextRequest to digitalize FOIL requests and responses.Sundquist’s comments came during this week’s City Council Work Session. The Mayor says the City has received 150 FOIL requests in 2020 as of meeting time, an increase which he says is partially because of the change in laws regarding the release of police discipline records.Jamestown City Clerk Jennifer Williams says the utilization of NextRequest will simplify the process for the City. “The FOIL process is very antiquated in our office,” Williams said. “This will free up our time…..and should really streamline the process.”Williams says anyone who submits a request will instantly receive a response stating the City received the request, and the City will receive a message saying a request was submitted. From there, the official in charge of the department that the request involves can respond with the records if they’re releasable.Williams says that various “sensitive” matters, such as requests for police discipline records, are also forwarded to Corporation Counsel, Elliot Raimondo, for review to determine whether or not the request can be met.The service will be free to the City, according to Sundquist.The Mayor says anyone who is dissatisfied with the FOIL response can file an appeal with his office.Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)last_img read more