Dunsters Farm joins Caterforce

Dunsters Farm moves to Caterforce

High-profile Confex wholesaler Dunsters Farm has announced its transferring to Caterforce later this year.

The foodservice wholesaler has been one of the leading industry voices during the Covid-19 pandemic and has agreed to swap buying groups on 1 July 2021.

Headed up by brother-and-sister team Tom Mathew and Hannah Barlow, Dunsters Farm is a third-generation wholesaler that has ben trading since 1963, so arrives with plenty of experience.

“Caterforce has an excellent knowledge of the market and we’re proud to be joining forces with such a well-respected buying groups,” said Managing Director, Barlow.

“Just like us, the group has ambitious growth targets and we are delighted to be joining members who all exhibit best practice in our industry.

“We are keen to utilise Caterforce’s buying expertise to strengthen our position and increase the range we offer our customers, including hundreds of key frozen lines which has been one of our priorities for 2021.”

The new recruit takes Caterforce’s total up to nine wholesalers within the membership and the group’s Managing Director Gary Mullineux says it’s the perfect fit.

“As a well-established family-run business, Dunsters Farm is a perfect addition to our membership,” said Gary Mullineux, Caterforce Managing Director.

“Forward-thinking and progressive, Dunsters Farm combines a modern business with traditional family values and its ambitious plans for growth align perfectly with ours. We’re delighted the Dunsters Farm team has chosen Caterforce to support it in its next phase of development.”

Caterforce Confex Dunsters Farm Hannah Barlow Tom Mathew