Fray Bentos


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Fray Bentos

(ˌfreɪ ˈbɛntɒs)
n
(Placename) a port in W Uruguay, on the River Uruguay: noted for meat-packing. Pop: 23 122 (2004 est)
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Most of the harvest from UPM s eucalyptus plantations in Uruguay is used to make pulp at the Fray Bentos mill.
Fray Bentos is more than a corned beef butty or tasty tinned pie.
Despite his cupboards being bare, a man suffering with Asperger's syndrome turned down a Fray Bentos pie that was inside a food parcel because he believed it would cost him PS3 to put his oven on for 30 minutes, and he only had PS10 left in his meter.
Then, when we achieve mid-sections that have the circumference of a Fray Bentos pie, we can move on to the other pre-summer event of arm-swinging angst - annual inspection of the bingo wings.
They settled on a Fray Bentos pie, which the attendant revelled in telling us was still in date.
Midlands based Lorien Engineering Solutions is working closely with Baxters Food Group to relocate the production of Fray Bentos pies from Long Sutton, East Anglia to Moray in Scotland.
There are plenty of pie offerings out there, and the pie lovers amongst us will have no doubt tried the Fray Bentos or Findus variety.
The only global brand that would be featuring in the Knight household, it seemed, would be Fray Bentos.
Scottish soup firm Baxters, which has already bought Fray Bentos pies from Premier, is a potential buyer for Sarson's.
2bn in 2007 and Campbell's UK and Irish business - adding Batchelors, Homepride and Fray Bentos to its catalogue in 2006.
LIVERPOOL-based Princes Foods has sold its Fray Bentos canned meat and pies business.
Princes Foods sold Fray Bentos to Baxters Foods, immediately following the OFT announcement.