Rowntree's Cocoa Powder For Baking - Instant Hot Chocolate Drink, 250 g (Pack of 6)

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Rowntree's Cocoa Powder For Baking - Instant Hot Chocolate Drink, 250 g (Pack of 6)

Rowntree's Cocoa Powder For Baking - Instant Hot Chocolate Drink, 250 g (Pack of 6)

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The CWM also offered the Directors a chance to explain their decisions. Most marked was Seebohm’s regrets about cutting staff numbers, and putting many remaining workers on ‘short time’ during the Depression, which hit some parts of the UK confectionary industry hard. This is a very important piece of work that expands the well-known history of the Rowntree’s Company and recognises the significant impact of colonialism at the turn of the 20th Century.​

A sixth floor roof extension, housing the deluxe penthouses, provide fantastic views, whilst the refreshed layout is sympathetic to the building’s previous life as a factory. Design features that reference the past enhance the feeling of being part of the history of this incredible building. Berry, Freya; Geller, Martinne (5 October 2015). "Nestle confirms in talks to merge international ice cream ops with R&R". U.K . Retrieved 7 November 2017.

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Queen's Awards list". Official Appointments and Notices. The Times. No.60907. London. 21 April 1981. col E, p.17.

Rowntree's Tooty Frooties were launched in 1963 and are chewy fruit sweets with a crunchy sugar shell. The Rowntree brand is also used on a number of ice lollies (made by R&R Ice Cream) for Nestlé. [47] The brand has a similar marketplace to that of the Trebor Bassett division of Cadbury's, and competes head-to-head with this company in a number of fruit-gum categories. It is especially important to us that the experiences of people whose labour was taken under duress and slavery should occupy a more prominent place in the Rowntree story. We should have done this much earlier.”​ As they spent little time fighting fires, the Rowntree Fire Brigade served as a social club for the firemen and their families. In the Cocoa Works Magazine, there are several references to billiards competitions. These competitions were played within the brigade themselves, but also against other billiards clubs in York. For example, in November and December 1908, the Fire Brigade played the Liberal Club in Billiards. There were also social evenings. On 27 January 1909, the Fire Brigade and their families hosted the ambulance service for a joint social, where they played draughts.The Cocoa Works Magazine – known affectionately as the ‘CWM’ – is one of the first magazines produced in England that was written just for factory staff. Issue number 1 was printed in March 1902 – slightly ahead of Cadbury’s staff magazine, which came out 9 months later. Described as ‘A Journal in the interests of employees of Rowntree & Co Ltd, York’, it was conceived by Joseph Rowntree as a means of maintaining communication between workforce and management at a time of rapid expansion. Reports of the Central Works Council meetings were always included in later editions. They detailed management decision-making and included debates such as the difference between ‘control’ and ‘consultation’, why people pilfered bicycles (December,1921) and what had led to ‘grievances in the cake department’.



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