We’re delighted to share the latest investment in our business, this time at the Tilbrook, Milton Keynes site, with the opening of a stateof the art Innovation Centre.
The launch event to open the new development kitchen was an opportunity for customers, partners and colleagues to take a look at the new space and tour the production site.
The menu on the day, created by David Neale, Head of Development and Innovation, includeda selection of fantastic canapes, including Casterbridge fillet of beef crostini with a truffle salsa. In addition, guests enjoyed the Fairfax Meadow award winning pheasant sausages and mini rib cap cheeseburgers, created in the production factory. As part of the kitchen we have a butchers block which displayed a selection of our Casterbridge perfectly dry aged ribs of beef at different stages in the maturation process. Going forward, the butchers block will be used for meat appreciation demonstrations, where our skilled butchers will show how we use traditional butchery skills across the business.
Fairfax Meadow managing director Penny Tomlinson said, “We are delighted to open the Innovation Centre, the new facility is a significant investment for Fairfax Meadow and part of our commitment to lead the industry in product quality, innovation and service.”
Sales Director Chris Gadd added, “We see the Innovation Centre as a creative space for customers to attend product demonstrations, hold meetings and work on their menu development with our team. We look forward to welcomingourcustomers and potential customerson site, to showcase our range of products and demonstrate how we can support their businesses.”
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