JJ Foodservice has announced that group general manager Terry Larkin will be leaving the business after 26 years to pursue other interests.
After joining the company in 1995, Larkin has helped the wholesaler expand from one branch to eleven.
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Larkin was involved in several business initiatives, including supporting the Mayor of London’s Healthier Catering Commitment, which encouraged thousands of fast-food restaurants to provide more nutritional options.
Human resources manager for JJ, Joanna Florczak, said, “Nothing has ever been too much for Terry – he always went the extra mile for customers and has created the first-class service we are well-known for. I would like to personally thank Terry and wish him well for the future.”
Through The Italian Job, Larkin has raised thousands of pounds for children’s charities outside of work.
Larkin’s very own JJ-branded classic mini is used in the annual event, which entails a 3500-mile tour around Italy.