We are pleased to announce that our award winning black pudding slices and sticks are now available from Bidvest Foodservice UK. In response to many enquiries we delighted that our premium products are available to order online at www.bidvest.co.uk or by calling your local depot. > Click here for full article
It was a night of accolade for the Bury Black Pudding Company when they attended the Made in Bury Business Awards last week and picked up an overall win and a highly commended award at the prestigious event. > Click here for full article
Staff at The Bury Black Pudding Company are delighted to have been short-listed in two categories at the prestigious Made in Bury Business Awards (MIBBA). Now in their third year, the awards are a joint initiative between 'The Best of Bury' and Bury Council, and seek to champion local businesses and celebrate their outstanding achievements. > Click here for full article
Staff from the famous Bury Black Pudding Company have become the latest recruits to join a growing list of prestigious Manchester restaurants helping local charity, Coffee 4 Craig, in their efforts to feed the homeless in Manchester's city centre. On Tuesday 8th September the Bury Black Pudding Company cooked up a feast for over 100 people who were spending the night on Manchester's streets. > Click here for full article
When the Prime Minister (David Cameron) and Chancellor of the Exchequer (George Osborne) visited the North West to discuss their plans and visions for a more prosperous North they had probably not expected to be taking a little bit of Bury culture back to Downing Street with them...
...But we couldn't let them leave without a sample of our towns most famous export. > Click here for full article
There is no getting around it, breakfast is big business. And independents are having to up their game as more high street brands have extended their opening hours and improved the quality of their morning offer. Nonetheless, there's still plenty of opportunity to grab more business in a growing market that's worth over £1 billion. > Click here for full article