Saturday 27th May was a significant date in the diary for Jackie Royall, CEO of tamper evidence company Viscose Closures. Starting at 11pm a 100KM cycle for the event CAF Women V Cancer: Ride the Night would take her from Windsor, through Westminster Abbey, Trafalgar Square, Buckingham Palace and back.
Celebrated on March 1st each year, St Davids Day is an important day in Wales, and for us as a company. Children across the country dress in traditional Welsh Costumes, and authentic Welsh Cuisine such as Welshcakes, cawl, cockles, laverbread and bara brith are enjoyed in staff tea breaks at Viscose, as well as across the country. The blossoming of Daffodils in the land around signifies the beginning of Spring, and the sight of the sun gives us a reminder of the longer days to come…
Here are Welsh 5 facts about Viscose in connection to St Davids Day which you may/may not know…! (more…)
It started with the sugar tax for the soft drinks sector, and drink brands reducing the amount of sugar in their drinks. Then we saw brands such as of Dolmio and Uncle Bens stating that some of their products should only be consumed once a week. Monitoring sugar intake isn’t a new thing. We wrote about this last year, discussing the exciting antics of ‘Sugar Free Farm’ 2016. This year, Sugar-Free farm is back, and the quest to reduce sugar in our foods continues. As a company in this Sector, Viscose grapples with the new developments.