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Rowcliffe is celebrating its second anniversary as part of Ambrosi Group. The company has welcomed a number of changes over the past two years – despite the challenges it has faced since the Covid-19 crisis broke out.
In May, the company relaunched its flagship Clemency Hall range with a brand new design. The range includes British and Continental artisan cheeses, plus quality olives and antipasti, which are all exclusive to the UK’s independent shops. The group has seen its retail business flourish over the past two years.
In addition to this, Rowcliffe has invested in the revamping of its warehouse and offices to improve efficiency, becoming more eco-friendly in the process. Sustainability will be one of Rowcliffe’s major motivators in the future, and with Ambrosi they aim to reduce their use of plastic packaging. “These are crucial values that will make us and the planet stronger and more prepared for the next challenge,” a Rowcliffe spokesperson said.
Ambrosi is also working to lower its carbon emissions by converting heat and waste from their Grana Padano dairy farm to generate energy, using solar energy to produce 14% of consumption, and enjoying energy recovery using the water from condensation of its refrigerators.
Thanks to the support of Ambrosi Group, the past two years have been busy for Rowcliffe, and with more plans on the horizon, the business will continue to evolve and grow in the years to come.
Image: Rowcliffe’s Clemency Hall range
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