Me and My Factory

Nim’s Fruit Crisps’ factory operations – in pictures

Nim's Fruit Crisps: a factory tour in photographs

Founder and ceo of Nim’s Fruit Crisps, Nimisha Raja, believed so passionately in the quality of her product that she sold her home to finance the company’s new factory. Here’s a tour, in photographs, of the facility that Raja built with the investment.

Click through the photographs for a closer look at the Nim’s Fruit Crisps factory, which produces up to 12M packs of fruit crisps a year.

After the investment, Raja believes the business is well placed to cope with the challenges and opportunities of Brexit. There will always be customers wanting a British product, and that wouldn’t change after Brexit, she added.

You can also view our exclusive video interview with Raja, on how promoting the British origin of food and drink products will pay off for manufacturers after Brexit.

Read more about Nim’s Fruit Crisps, and how the business grew from manufacturing in Raja’s garage on weekends to processing up to 900kg of fruit a day, in the Me and My Factory feature of the May issue of Food Manufacture magazine.

Do you and your factory have a story to tell? If so, contact Food Manufacture’s associate editor Noli Dinkovski.

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