Collective label scheme to sponsor Lincolnshire Poacher Award

As a leading supplier to the UK food industry Paperwork is proud to be based in Lincolnshire. We're helping to celebrate the fine produce that is made in our county with our recent sponsorship of the Lincolnshire Poacher Awards. Lincolnshire County Food Group launched the competition in 1990, to help promote Lincolnshire products and Paperwork has decided there's no better way to help these award winning items stand out than with a label. Our collective buying scheme makes this an affordable option for all the businesses celebrated in the competition. Curtis of Lincoln, Odling Bros Ltd and Simons of Spilsby have already taken up the offer and are proudly displaying their awards labels as a badge of honour. Paperwork has created an award rosette with a classic gold and black design to mark the prestige of the award. The label specification is on a coated material to give a high quality finish and also provide durability for use on food products that may be subject to m...
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British Sandwich Week 2016

Paperwork is hoping for big success at The British Sandwich Industry Awards, The Sammies, with customers nominated in three awards. The leading names in the sandwich industry are well represented in the awards and labels made by Paperwork have helped our customers land nominations for best Cafe Sandwich Retailer, Specialist Sandwich Bar Chain and New Sandwich. The shortlist has been drawn up from entries from across the £7.85 billion sandwich market that employs over 300,000 people un the UK. To celebrate our involvement in this year's awards, we thought we'd have a bit of fun and share some sandwich trivia courtesy of the British Sandwich and Food to Go Association.
  • British consumers manage to munch their way through over 11.5 billion sandwiches each year.
  • If you laid each one end to end, they would go around the world about 44 times.
  • More than half of these were made and eaten in the home.
  • More sandwiches are consumed in hot weather than when it is wet or cold....
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