Bakery ingredients supplier Ulrick & Short has marked its 20th anniversary with a brand revamp and charity fundraiser.Ulrick & Short has refreshed its branding to reflect its growth and core values, including a new colour scheme, revamped logo design and new strapline ‘Knowledge. Service. Experience’.Andrew Ulrick and Adrian Short founded the ingredients specialist in 2000. Ulrick & Short is an international supplier with a head office and labs in the UK, an EU base in the Netherlands and distribution networks across Europe and Asia.“Authenticity of service has been driven through the business, and giving our customers the best possible experience is entrenched in our culture. This care is something which comes about by carefully choosing the right people to fit into our culture and team,” said Short.“Our team have an incredible depth and breadth of experience between them. We support customers in a very hands-on way, from kitchen concept through to factory production. This brand refresh re-emphasises these core beliefs.”Ulrick & Short is also raising £20,000 for The Trussell Trust, a charity targeted at ending hunger and poverty in the UK by providing emergency food and support to people in crisis.“The Trussell Trust is a fantastic charity and, unfortunately, the need for such charities is as high as ever. We wanted to take this opportunity to thank our team, customers and suppliers who have generously helped us raise money so far,” added Ulrick.To help the ingredients specialist reach its goal, consumers can donate to its JustGiving page.Ulrick & Short supplies bakery manufacturers with clean-label, gluten-free, non-GM and organic ingredients.
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A fire in Island Park has caused the Long Island Rail Road to suspend train service between Valley Stream and Long Beach, the railroad said.The fire occurred at an electrical substation in Island Park, said LIRR spokesman Sal Arena. Service between Long Beach and Valley Stream was suspended around 12:30 p.m.The Island Park Fire Department responded to the fire and the situation is still ongoing, Arena said.Buses were expected to arrive in Long Beach around 2 p.m. for customers affected by the suspension. Also, all Babylon branch westbound trains will stop at Lynbrook to accommodate Long Beach customers, the railroad said.The cause of the fire is not yet known, Arena said. It’s also unclear when service will be restored.
According to Gever,the suspect had been under surveillance for over a week. She was tagged as ahigh-value drug target. An undercover officerinitially bought from Berbor a sachet of suspected illegal drugs for P2,000. “She (Berbor) did notstop selling illegal drugs despite her live-in partner being arrested on similarcharges last October,” he said. The suspect was detained, facing chargesfor violation of Republic Act 9165, or the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of2002./PN Seven more sachets ofsuspected shabu were recovered during Berbor’s arrest around 3:30 p.m. onWednesday. Major Charles Gever,chief of Police Station 8, identified the suspect as 25-year-old KimberlyBerbor, a resident of the city’s Barangay 30. BACOLOD City –Antidrug operatives here seized suspected shabu weighing about 150 grams valuedat around P1.8 million in a buy-bust operation in Barangay Pahanocoy.