Articles by Danny Bourne
Suma Member Recruitment
Class C Driver – Greenford UB6
We’re pleased to announce that we are recruiting new members to strengthen our Greenford Distribution Hub, and bring new ideas and skills to our growing worker co-operative.
We’re particularly …
Our team have been busy hand picking the best Christmas products to bring to you this year. Please browse through our brochure—we can accept your orders from the 1st September, see page 47 on how to order from us.
We regularly require short-term Order Pickers and general warehouse workers as well as LGV drivers at peak sales and holiday periods. We require all these at our main site in Elland, West Yorkshire and LGV divers at our distribution site in Greenford, London. Contracts are generally between 3 and 18 months dependent on our need and your availability.
Here at Suma HQ we’re constantly striving to develop and improve our offering to you, our customers. Whether it be our delivery options, product range or customer service, we want to offer you the best we possibly can. In order to do this, we need your help!
Pure coconut, nothing added. Following the successful launch of our odourless, culinary coconut oil, made especially for fine cooking, we’re introducing our new 1kg size, packaged in a recyclable and reusable tub made from PET #1 material.
Recipe by Christine Bailey for BonPom
A deliciously sweet treat, rich and indulgent. You can cut into
slices and freeze to make an iced bar.
Mix the chopped vegetables together with the melted coconut oil in an ovenproof dish. Season with salt and black pepper and sprinkle over the herbs. Roast in the oven for 18-20 minutes.
I have been at Suma for 14 years. When I started we were based in a redundant mill building in Halifax, and our fleet of vehicles certainly wasn’t what it is today.
Dressings and preserves experts Scarlett & Mustard share with us the delicious secrets of their success.
With all the benefits of coconut but none of the strong flavours, our new odourless coconut oil is a versatile addition to your cooking repertoire. Coconut oil benefits from a low melting point and high smoke point, so it can be used to replace butter in your baking but is also ideal for stir fries and roasting.