Leeds-based Fullers Foods International has made an appointment to expand on its work with two supermarket chains.

Rebecca Allan brings experience in both food manufacturing and retails customers. She has joined from BBF Hull Ltd (formerly Greencore Cakes and Desserts), where she was a senior business account manager, looking after Asda. She also previously worked for 2 Sisters Food Group, Asda and Netto.

Allan will be responsible for the expanding Aldi and Co-op accounts at Fullers.

Kevin Smith, managing director at Fullers Foods, said: “Rebecca’s appointment is part of the ongoing development programme we are implementing, and I am confident that her expertise will prove of significant value as we continue to build on the relationships and service we provide to the retail and food service sector. Her experience will bring a fresh view and drive in our approach.”

Rebecca Allan added: “Fullers Foods is a strong business and I am delighted to be joining them at such an exciting time. I look forward to working with a talented and motivated team and ensuring that we strengthen and develop our relationship with key clients.”

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