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Aunt Bessies Company Details

Freightliner Road Hull
West Yorkshire

Aunt Bessies in a nutshell:

The Aunt Bessies business has grown over a number of decades to the point it is now it has however always remained as a family owned business.We first started out making Yorkshire puds when Butlins Holiday Camps approached us back in 1974. Thirty years on and Aunt Bessies is still making fantastic food which people know they can rely on.

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Our story begins as the first producers of frozen Yorkshire puddings when we started supplying Butlin’s Holiday Camps with millions of Yorkshire puddings in 1974.

Aunt Bessie’s Limited is part of the William Jackson Food Group and today produces more than 20 million Yorkshire puddings a week as well as a host of other delicious accompaniments, meals and desserts!

The William Jackson Food Group is a 160-year-old family business based in Hull and also owns Jackson's Bakery, which has recently launched its Champion Yorkshire Bread in Waitrose, salad processor Hazeldene, vegetable processor Parripak and Abel & Cole.

Now, we make a whole host of tasty food, from roast dinner staples to seriously yummy midweek meals that take a matter of minutes to cook. You can discover our delicious range of products here.

e’re part of the William Jackson Food Group, a family business, built on the success of William Jackson who opened his first shop in Hull 166 years ago. Our family values are really important to us; as are our people and the community in which we operate. Many of our people have been with us for a very long time – they’re proud of Aunt Bessie’s and we’re proud of them.

We encourage all our suppliers to be members of Sedex. Sedex (the Supplier Ethical Data Exchange), is a not-for-profit membership group who’re dedicated to making supply chains more responsible and ethical. Find out more about Sedex here.

Vegetables come in a whole host of different shapes and sizes, and we think they’re lovely just the way they are. To help reduce food waste, we use wonky parsnips, carrots and swedes to make our delicious veg range. As long as they’re fresh and tasty, they’re good enough for us.

When it comes to our tasty potato range, we don’t waste a thing. We use 100% of the potato and use the peel for animal feed.

e’re really pleased to say that we don’t use any eggs from hens that live in cages. To make sure we have enough eggs to keep this promise, we buy from carefully selected flocks. We also have the Good Egg award under our belt, which we’re really proud about. The Good Egg Award celebrates companies that use only cage-free eggs (or egg products) in their supply chain. To date, more than 40 million laying hens are set to benefit each year because of these policies. You can read lots more about the Good Egg Award here.

To make sure our hens are as happy as can be, we go and visit them on their farms when we can. We do a really comprehensive audit of the farms to make sure the chickens are well fed and are generally being well looked after.

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