Grimsby food firm's £3m loss turned into £4m profit thanks to Tesco and UK's demand for salmon



GRIMSBY seafood giant Icelandic Seachill has set a course for huge growth, turning a £3 million operating loss in 2014 into a £4.3 million profit.
The success of the Grimsby colossus comes on the back of major organisational changes, while riding the wave of the equally phenomenal turnaround at key customer – Tesco.
It has seen 200,000 more people entering its stores, and it seems many are heading for the seafood aisles, where the three town factories produce the goods, including the UK's biggest selling seafood product, a pack of two Tesco chilled salmon fillets.
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7 October 2016 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 37
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