Sugro has achieved 32% growth so far this year compared to the same period in 2021.
The upbeat news was shared with delegates at the group’s 2022 convention, held recently in Argentina.
More than 60 delegates attended the event, which included a conference and networking sessions.
Head of trading & marketing Yulia Petitt said: “Sugro has had 16 consecutive years of growth. With some excellent business opportunities being discussed between members and suppliers during the convention trip, there is no doubt that the group will continue with its remarkable performance this year.
“As always, the convention trip was delivered with very high standards. It was great to see how the event once again brought the Sugro ‘family’ together, this time in the incredible setting of Argentina.”
Sugro reports that the feedback from members and suppliers was excellent and highlighted the importance of the face-to-face networking opportunities. Neil Heseltine, director of Forrest Fresh Foods, said: “A massive thank you to Sugro and the board for another amazing, never-to-be-forgotten convention. It’s a great pleasure to be part of the Sugro family.”
In partnership with Tomorrow’s Forests, Sugro UK has invested in planting 400 trees in Somerset, with the aim of offsetting the carbon emissions for its convention in Argentina. Sugro UK is committed to continue with the project for all future events outside the UK.Published Date: March 29, 2022