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MY HHP STORY HHP Izabela Kurzydlo -

Audit Team Leader

From Zlotow Poland

I was born in Zlotow, Poland into a family of 2 children. At school I specialised in accountancy and finances, and went to Szczecin University of Agriculture between 2000 and 2005 to gain a Masters in Economics. more..

Hall Hunter Partnership (HHP) is a family business located in Berkshire, Surrey and West Sussex. HHP was started in 1966 and is now a leading UK grower of strawberries, raspberries, blackberries and blueberries; the major customers being Waitrose, Marks & Spencer and Tesco and marketed through Farm Fresh P.O. Ltd

We aim to grow the best quality soft fruit available in the UK on our farms and glasshouses. We also aim to attract the right people into our business and to look after them in a way that allows them to grow as individuals and want to return the following year.

During the harvest season HHP employs over 2,000 workers spread across seven production sites; 4 traditional farms and 3 glasshouse sites.

HHP packs all of its own soft fruit, together with some from other UK growers.

The season starts in April / May and finishes in October / November depending on the weather.

HHP has 3 central objectives;

Growing Great Crops

  • We aim to produce the best quality soft fruit available to the UK market by growing the best varieties in innovative growing systems, supported by market leading cool chain technology and logistics.

Growing Great People

  • We aim to recruit, retain and develop individuals who aspire to be the best growers and managers in UK horticulture.

Growing Great Environments

  • Our systems are designed to be sustainable for many years to come, supporting as broad a biodiversity as is possible in and around our farms.
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