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01 Aug 2017

Ben Nevis Climb 'Via the Ridge' Summer 2017

Lead by our MD Scott Cherry the team made it to the top. Well done to Maria Armstrong , Paul Soong , Kenneth O'Doherty & Viktoria Elokegyi.

 

Kinship Summer Funday Fife June 2017

The Kinship Care Team Fife would like to express how greateful we are for your very kind and generous donation to our Kinship Families. The sandwiches went down a treat.

 

The KILTWALK Glasgow April 2017

Thanks to PJs for their generous donation to the Kiltwalk Charity. The selection, quality and delivery of sandwiches was fantastic.Our volunteers provided nothing but positive feedback regarding yourselves.

Special thanks to Viktoria Elohegyi form PJs for her assiatance on the day.

Rosie Strain

Volunteer Coordinator

"S2" I CAN DO ANYTHING March 2017

The event at Park Mains High School Renfrewshire allowed pupils form S2  an opportunity to discuss careers within food manufacturing in Scotland with a representative from PJs Foods.

Student Career launch Pad - Feb 2017

PJs were delighted to be involved as mentors at the event which was organised jointly between the Institute of Food Science & Technology and the Rowett Institute, University Of Aberdeen. The session allowed students to engage with Food Industry professionals as a method of defining their future roles. 

Christmas Night Out - Dec 2016

Thanks to Mr Cherry for a great night out at the 'HIVE' Glasgow University. Fab venue with great service and staff.

Fareshare Glasgow - Oct 2016

PJs were delighted to donate a van to Fareshare, the homeless charity to help with their distribution network.

Scotland Food & Drink membership - October 2016

PJs Foods just signed up. Looking forward to developing our business with their support & guidance.

Pedal for Scotland - September 2016 

Well done to Team PJ's who were lead by our MD Scott Cherry and included the following participants : Laird Kennedy , Viktoria Elohegyi , Paul Soong & Kenneth O'Doherty. What a great day and an achievement for all.Cycling 45 miles between Glasgow and Edinburgh has never been so much fun. 

September 2016 

Special thanks to Mrs Cherry for her assistance with our web page.

BRC Grade AA - July 2016

PJs Foods achieved a Grade AA as part of our annual Global Food Safety Audit in July.

Wedding congratulations to Maria Armstrong our Quality Controller at PJs - July 2016

 William & Maria tied the knot on July 6th. The very best of luck for their future.

PJs Foods Supporting The Homeless Games July 2016

PJs Foods are a Glasgow based food manufacturer supplying a large variety of freshly made sandwiches, wraps, bakery products, salad bowls and hospitality platters to various catering and  retail units within Scotland.

Managing Director Scott Cherry and Sales Director Kenneth O’Doherty (both proud alumni of Glasgow Caledonian University), were keen to support Frank McCabe and his catering team at the University when they delivered nearly 20,000 meals to the participants and organisers of the Homeless Games Tournament in July 2016.

Based in Maryhill, PJs Foods employs 75 staff locally and is involved with a community benefits initiative through the local Renfrewshire council. In addition, PJs are a carbon neutral company and are certified to BRC Food Safety.

Having made contact with Scott Crawford at FareShare Glasgow, PJs Foods committed to supplying nearly 8,000 freshly made sandwiches free of charge to the event planners.

As a Glasgow based company we were very keen to support the event and have received further commitments from our own supply chain including McGhees Bakery (Glasgow), Roberts Bakery (Cheshire), JB Foods (Edinburgh), The Fresh Fruit Company (Cumbernauld), Tri Star packaging (Glasgow), GRH Cheese (Wales) and Prime Staff (Glasgow). In addition, the University of Edinburgh have contributed 8,000 free lunch bags to be filled by PJ's for the event.


Excellence in Public Procurement GO Awards 2016/2017

PJ's have been nominated as finalists in the category of 'GO Small Business Third Sector Engagement Initiative of the Year Award'. Winners announced on Tuesday March 8th 2016.  

 

COMMUNITY BENEFITS

PJ's were proud to be involved in returning community benefits as the result of a successful tender agreement to supply chilled sandwiches to Renfrewshire Council's community meals service.

The contract began in December 2014 and since then PJ's have delivered on the following criteria:

- Several unemployed persons took up a new position at PJ's with the assistance of INVEST in Renfrewshire.

- All staffs were trained to level 2 Food Safety - Certified by the Royal Society for Public Health.

- A structured summer work placement was created and an undergraduate employed to fill the new role.

- A new graduate position was created with an appointment being made in September 2015.

- A local school presentation was delivered with the assistance of St Johnstone High. 

- Additional training was delivered - Level 2 Management of Allergens - Certified by the Royal Society for Public Health.

- Business support and learning objectives achieved with Renfrewshire Environmental Health dept.

NEW PINK BASKETS

PJs have invested in our new easily recognisable reusable baskets.

As the exclusive property of PJ's the new baskets are easy to seperate and stack.

Should you find a build up of baskets please inform our driver or call the office on 0141 9451500 and will we arrange an uplift.

It is essential baskets are returned to guarantee daily deliveries.