St Pierre Groupe Receives Queen’s Award For Enterprise

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St Pierre Groupe Receives Queen’s Award For Enterprise

St Pierre Groupe Receives Queen’s Award For Enterprise
December 04
12:02 2019

Manchester-based English bakery business St Pierre Groupe has received the Queen’s Award for Enterprise for International Trade, in recognition of the company’s meteoric global growth. Recently rebranded from Carrs Foods in March 2019, St Pierre Groupe provides bakery products to the global retail and wholesale markets as well as the hospitality industry and online.

The company provides bakery products to the UK, US and Europe, with products sold in more than 35,000 stores worldwide. The brand portfolio includes St Pierre, Baker Street and Paul Hollywood. Its export range encompasses 77 products listed in over 35,000 stores worldwide.

St Pierre Groupe founder, Jeremy Gilboy, comments: “Winning the Queen’s Award is a huge achievement for us. It follows a successful few years for our business that includes rebranding from Carrs Foods earlier this year and being well on our way to doubling our turnover in the next three years to reach £150 million by 2022. Our business has grown exponentially in the past twelve months and, as well as receiving this prestigious award, we have also moved to new, larger offices to continue our ambitious expansion plans.”

Now in its 53rd year, the Queen’s Awards for Enterprise are among the most prestigious business awards in the country, with winners able to use the Queen’s Award emblem for the next five years. St Pierre Groupe has also secured a top ten place in The Sunday Times International Track 200 for the third consecutive year.


St Pierre Groupe founder, Paul Baker (right), receiving the award from the Vice Lord-Lieutenant.

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