Neal's Yard Remedies its supply chain
With IT department of one
Neal's Yard is famous for its natural remedies sold in distinctive blue bottles.
But how do the perishable and rare ingredients get to the factory, and how do the products of this £20m business get to market?
Neal's Yard has both a sophisticated supply and distribution chain - and an IT department of one to run it.
In this case study Tim Phillips visits Dorset to find out how IT director Jason Cook stays in control, and discovers the man he blames if something goes wrong. ®
Disappointed that you didn't properly quote "remedies". I suppose it's one up on "cures".
Last Time I read about Neils Yard here...
They were being lambasted by some other correspondent for not having "real" scientists.
I'm sure he didn't realise, at the time, that they are a 20-million-GBP turnover company with sophisticated systems, and I'm sure he's very sorry now. I hope he enjoyed his muesli this morning.
(And no, I wasn't sufficiently interested in their supply chain to watch a 15-minute interview, either.
the real remedy
the "real" Neal's Yard has something truly beneficial to offer: Cheese. And only the best.
That's got more healing powers than any herbal vegan snake oil.