During national and local lockdowns, this food producer teamed up with councils to provide recipe boxes for low-income households. The company was founded in 2012 by childhood friends Jason Howell, 34, and Phillippe Gill, 31, who started out making sandwiches for university cafés. Since then, it has supplied sandwiches, wraps and hot food to clients ranging from airlines to Premier League football clubs. Most of its revenue comes from contracts with schools, universities and NHS hospitals — the latter represents a third of its business. It produced more than 15 million sandwiches in 2019, and sales hit £10.9m in the year to March.
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