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Archive: July, 2019

Kerfoot Group Further Enhances Supply Chain Performance With New Appointment

Kerfoot, an Avril Group company and leading supplier of refined and speciality oils for the global food and personal care markets, has strengthened its logistics and customer service functions with a new senior appointment.

Mike Adamson has joined the team as Head of Supply Chain and is responsible for overseeing the planning of logistics, order processing and customer service to maximise Kerfoot’s process efficiency and productivity. The role is designed to deliver structural

Kerfoot Reinforces Workplace Wellbeing Commitment

Supplier of refined and speciality oils for the global food and personal care markets, Kerfoot Group, has completed wellbeing sessions at each of its sites as part of its health and wellbeing agenda.

The sessions, completed with its charity partner Yorkshire Cancer Research, covered sun awareness, with top tips on how to stay safe in the sun, and men’s health, which highlighted the importance of recognising signs and symptoms of prostate and testicular cancers.

Sarah Stokes,

Get your skincare festival-ready!

From the legendary Glastonbury to up-and-coming Latitude and everything inbetween, the festival season is in full swing. That mixture of serious sunshine, mighty music, good food and of course late nights means there’s often far too much going on to put skincare first, but it really shouldn’t be overlooked.

Keeping your skin healthy at a festival is possible, even if bathroom space is at a premium and you’re staying in a tent!

Here’s our guide to some of the best ways

Suncare formulations: is natural the way forward?

Attribute to Luc Emprin, Speciality Oils Commercial Director at Kerfoot

Since the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) began regulating sunscreen in the 1970s, it has been formulated with parabens, silicones, preservatives and synthetic fragrances. Ingredients such as oxybenzone, octisalate and avobenzone in traditional sunscreens are effective because they absorb the sun’s UV rays and through a chemical reaction, the sunscreen dissipates the UV rays, thus protecting the body from