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    Fine Foods International changes name to CAFEA UK

    Sonja Bentley MD and Geoff Garcia, Supply Chain, Cafea UK

    The UK’s largest private label instant coffee manufacturer, Fine Foods International (Manufacturing) Ltd, is changing its name to CAFEA UK tomorrow, 12th January, to Cafea UK.

    Fine Foods International supplies coffee in every format: instant, roast & ground, beans, pods and speciality one cup formats for retail, out-of-home and B2B customers.

    “We have been producing fine quality coffee at our Dunstable site since 1995,” said Managing Director, Sonja Bentley. “It is exciting to be aligning more closely with our parent company the Cafea Group, and the other seven Cafea factories manufacturing quality coffee products across Europe. Nothing else is changing just our name, which is now shorter, more memorable and better linked to what we do – make great coffee!”

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