Mayor of Stowmarket, Linda Baxter (second right) is welcomed to Muntons, and pictured with (left to right) managing director Mark Tyldesley, Mayor’s Consort Shirley Bonner, and Muntons’ technical and sustainability director, Dr Nigel Davies

 

Muntons was pleased to welcome the Mayor of Stowmarket, Linda Baxter, and her consort, Shirley Bonner to a tour of its headquarters.

The visit was hosted by Muntons’ technical and sustainability director, Dr Nigel Davies, who outlined the many benefits that malt can bring and its use in some well-known branded products.

During the tour of Muntons’ production facilities, the mayor and her consort were shown some of the recent capital investment. They were impressed with the multi-faceted operations, that reveal a more complex business than meets the eye.

Nigel said: “We find it useful to explain to visitors our vision for future expansion to help them understand what we do on site and how and why we need to continually invest.

 

‘Expanding capacity’

 

“It was good to be able to explain our capital programme for the next five years, along with our desire to be innovative as well as expanding capacity for existing products.”

The mayor said “It was a real eye-opener to learn how many products contain malt, and the functional and nutritional properties malt imparts. I commend Muntons for the friendly welcome and positive atmosphere seen when walking around the production facilities and offices.

“The position that Muntons plays in being a strongly performing international company, supporting the local economy and employing a high proportion of local people, is highly valuable to the town and county.”

Prior to becoming a councillor, Linda worked as a psychiatric nurse in the NHS and is now a private counsellor.  She was, therefore, particularly interested in Muntons’ plan to help their staff focus on mental health and dementia awareness, as this was something she said was not a common focus in the businesses they visit.

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