Revenues up as Crawshaw report strong first half

Crawshaw Group, the Rotherham butcher and food-to-go retailer, has seen revenue rise what reveals its first half results.

The Group witnesses a 2.3% increasing volume of revenue to 22.Millions of about the very same period recently.

Further demonstrating the strength of its position, EBITDA losses have dropped from 300,000 during 2009 to 200,000.

A collection of key developments do your better have significantly generated the rise, namely 2 Sisters Food Group boss Ranjit Boparan to become a shareholder already in the market last May.

Crawshaw Chief Exec Noel Collet said: “The improvements in to the breadth, depth and worth of our ranges are driving the significantly improving trend in customer numbers, the market key metric of loyalty and success in preparation to your important winter and festive season ahead.

“During our look at achieving unbeatable value, we’re also prioritising and accelerating the rollout your proven factory shop format.”

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