Case & Sons
The Case & Sons business was established in 1877 in Trowbridge, Wiltshire as a Wiltshire Bacon curing factory. Over the last 141 years the business has changed beyond recognition and has had many chapters in its life story, from moving sites, purchasing sites, takeovers and finally site closures.
The Case & Sons name was always synonymous with quality products and quality service. This, in recent years, has unfortunately not been the message portrayed in the industry as the radical changes in the British pig meat landscape resulted in multimillion-pound businesses simplifying their operations.
Case & Sons - New chapter.
The business, under threat of total closure, was taken on by Nick Hannam and Anthony Hall in November 2016. Nick has worked for the Case business for over 30 years. He is the son of a Dorset dairy farmer and fully supports the British Farmers in getting their products to the market place. Anthony is the Managing Director of Hall & Roberts, a Wiltshire bacon curer based in Cheshire renowned for their “Cheshire Oak” branded bacon products. The Case and Hall & Roberts business relationship can be traced back over 20 years.
Hall & Roberts Wiltshire Cure British Pork that is sourced by Nick for labelling as Case & Sons. Only British pork sourced from approved sites can carry the Case & Sons name. Full traceability back to the farm on all products can confirm this.
An integral part of the team is Connie Maltman who has been with the company for over 10 years, and Nick’s wife Jenny, the newest member to the team. Connie had kept the business functioning through some turbulent times over the last few years under the previous owners. Jenny has joined the business on the transport side, ensuring the quality of service levels are maintained. Connie, Jenny and Nick, with the support of Hall & Roberts, are determined that the Case & Sons reputation for quality of both products and services will be to the standard that customers had come to know and love in past times.
Case & Sons will be 100% British. British Pork cured in Britain.Not back to the future, more forward to the past.