Well done to all the staff at Frylite Strabane who raised a total of £588.00 at The Cricket & BBQ night held in Sion Mills Cricket Club
The team had a great night & all money raised will go towards ‘Raising £30,000 to celebrate 30 Years in Business’ for a variety of charities
Thank you all for your donations and well done
At Frylite we really do care about our excellent standards and reputation.
That’s why we have achieved Grade AA Accreditation BRC Global Standard for Food Safety, Issue 7
Our food safety management system, which is tried, tested and accredited by BRC gives customers assurance through recognised certification that the controls we have in place actually work, and effectively manage any potential risk to our product at every stage in the process.
BRC Food Safety Standard aim is to establish good manufacturing practices which provide assurance to customers that the company produce safe, legal products that meet the quality levels expected by customers.
Our corporate Food Safety programme covers every section of the business operations from intake, processing, filling; right the way through to distribution storage and back again. We must comply with the standards right across the business, not just in relation to the distribution and storage element of the process or business.
Well done to all the Frylite team in Strabane who raised £686.40 through a breakfast morning held on 8th February 2018 for local search and rescue group Strabane Community Rescue Service, who were involved in the search for Mrs Lesley McHugh.
Her son Damien Mc Hugh is pictured presenting the cheque to Ivan Barr treasurer of Strabane Community Rescue Service.
A big thanks to all Frylite staff who carried out many fund raising activities to raise funds for Marie Curie. Marie Curie was Frylite’s dedicated charity for the past year. Over £8000 was raised via cake sale, raffles, sponsored walks, and by participating the arduous sea to summit challenge – a cycle- run duathlon plus ascent up Croagh Patrick mountain!
Sheena Havlin from Marie Curie who visited Frylite to thank staff said “This is a fantastic total. A massive well done and thank you to all involved. The money raised covers the cost for over 400 hours of nursing care in the local community”