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Allison Risebro and Company Ltd

Allison Risebro and Company Ltd, recognised as a leading distributor of chilled fresh fruit and vegetables, serving a growing base of discerning customers across London and The Home Counties including hotels, restaurants, schools, hospitals, clubs, and directors’ dining rooms.Since its inception in July 1979 with a mere 6 accounts, Allison Risebro is now on ‘first name terms’ with more than 500 clients. ‘First name terms’ is one of our vital keys to success, retaining many customers for over 20 years and 4 of those first 6 customers to this very day.

 

Allison Risebro’s success is only possible thanks to a highly skilled and enthusiastic team, many have been with the company for over 20 years.
The company now employs over 50 staff, working from our bespoke BRC Accredited distribution centre in the heart of New Covent Garden.

 

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