Me and My Factory

Inside Seabrook Crisps – in pictures

Take a look inside Seabrook Crisps Bradford in this gallery

Explore inside Seabrook Crisps’s Bradford factory through a selection of pictures taken during Food ManufactureMe and My Factory interview with chief operating officer Daniel Woodwards.

In this photogallery, you can view the full journey of the potatoes that become crisps – from cleaning to packs being boxed up, ready to be distributed to stores nationwide.

Also featured are the views of Woodwards about how he helped revive the manufacturer’s fortunes. You can read the full interview here.

You can also view our exclusive video interview with Woodwards to learn how he remedied a negative culture and inspired staff.

Remedied a negative culture

Take a closer look at the inside of Seabrook’s factory by clicking on the next image in our Me and My Factory photogallery.

Do you have a compelling story to tell about your food or drink factory? Then contact Food Manufacture’s associate editor Noli Dinkovski.

Meanwhile, Seabrook Crisps has set its sights on expansion overseas, with planned export deals in Australia and the Middle East.

The snack manufacturer is set to enter the Australian market, announcing that it had a new deal “in the pipeline” this month.

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