What else have we improved?
Since last year we have launched…
…to name just a few.
We’re on a journey to transform our digital capabilities, and look forward to adopting new, cutting-edge technologies to enhance our offering.
We want to assure you we are doing our very best to minimise any potential risk from COVID-19 (corona-virus). Following Government guidance, we continue to review all aspects of our business to ensure the safety of our customers, our staff and the products we supply.
Above are just a few examples of the measures we have in place. For more information, please read our updated policy here: Savona COVID-19 Policy Update – 23.06.2020
Following the recent outbreak of Covid-19 (Corona virus), Savona are continually reviewing all aspects of our business to ensure that we take the necessary steps to maintain the safety of our people, the safety of the products we supply and the safety of both our customers and their customers.
As more information becomes available, we know that adopting certain behaviours can help to reduce the risk of infection for ourselves, our colleagues and our customers.
Be assured that we are taking the matter very seriously and continue to pay close attention to the health advice being given by the UK government. For more information on the measures we are taking to protect our business, employees and customers from the virus, please read our updated policy here: Savona Corona Virus Policy Update – 20 03 23
Savona are proud to be the first UK Foodservice to Trial Tevva’s Electric Truck.
As a business, we are fully committed to dramatically reducing our carbon emissions and environmental impact. We have been on the search for a suitable delivery system for some time now and we are delighted to trial Tevva Motors Limited range extended electric vehicles (REEV).
This new addition to our fleet, alongside our first hybrid electric reps car, means we are well on our way to ensuring our customers journey is “green” from first meeting to delivery of goods.
Click here to find out more about our brand-new eTruck and Tevva Motors: Savona 1st Truck to Trial Tevvas Electric Vehicle
The ‘Holiday Hunger Project’ has been running for 3 years, with Savona being involved in donations since the very start.
Recognising that families were regularly going to food banks and struggling particularly over the school holidays when free school meals are not an option, Sam at Growing Minds joined forces with Louise at Southwest families and the initiate to start the program began.
The project is rolled out over x3 schools once a week during the school holidays and runs solely because of dedicated hard-working volunteers, who take time out to cook up a storm and prepare fun activities for the children.
When Savona went along to visit the project, we were delighted to see many activities taking place including, bread making, face painting, crafts and sports as well as a delicious lunch being prepared for all. The kids were particularly excited to try the ‘Mickey Mouse’ style pizzas inspired by a recipe from Country Range.
Well done to all the wonderful volunteers, we hope to see the project to further grow and flourish in years to come.
Savona have been awarded BRC AA standard at both Oxford and Ilfracombe depots, an achievement that the company is extremely proud of as it moves to headline the future of the foodservice industry.
Establishing robust processes and then auditing them is far from new, which is why the BRC audit is so hard to get the highest score for. BRC auditors are experienced, well-practised and well trained, and subsequently know when it is just the appearance of quality they are looking at. Those organisations do not receive the AA standard.
“AA standard isn’t just another accreditation,” commented Mike Morgan, Director and General Manager at the Oxford depot, “it is an external recognition of the investment that we have made to achieve the highest possible quality assurances.”
Receiving BRC AA at both depots offers assurance and confidence to both existing and future customers. “We’ve always known that our company is built on quality,” commented Kelly Williams, Sales & Marketing Director, “and accreditation at the highest levels simply gives us third party verification and allows us to share this with prospective customers.”
Kelly and her sales team have certainly been sharing this quality ethos and the BRC audit news recently, achieving new annual contract revenues, something she attributes in part to being able to reassure multi-site catering organisations of consistent quality delivery.
BRC AA standard is a challenge to achieve – keeping it is more challenging still, which is why the internal audit team are continuing to monitor and advise to make sure that processes stay in control and data collection remains accurate.
With Online Ordering now in the customer pilot stage, rumours of geographical expansion and new staff being added to sales and operations teams, it is likely that there is going to be much more news from Savona Foodservice in the near future.