Award-winning chunky chips and battered onion bhajis are just some of the products made for supermarkets such as Asda, M&S and Tesco by this firm. The Leeds family business operates 120 factories in 12 countries to supply own-brand frozen, chilled and ambient prepared foods, many designed in-house. Last year, brothers and joint chief executives Jason and Adam Fuller, 52 and 57, led the group to record profits of £9.2 million in the year to January 2020.

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