Company Shop works with many leading brands and food manufacturers – such as Nestlé, Heinz and Premier Foods – and leading high street retailers including Tesco, Asda and Marks & Spencer to handle their 'residual stock'.
Residual stock is the generic term for any products that aren't sold in the usual way typically short dated, mis-shapen or mis-packaged products. However, it can also include perfect stock which is usually surplus stock from over orders.
Everything we sell is 'in date' and legally compliant but massively discounted compared to high street prices, often more than 50% less than RRP but sometimes up to 90% including amazing multi-buy offers. Whilst we operate staff shops on manufacturing sites for employees, we also run our own shops at Tankersley just off the M1 near Barnsley click here for more details, and Corby Northants click here for more details.
Please note that due to the nature of residual stock, product availability is subject to variation. The shop operates on a membership basis with access limited to the following:
- Employees of our partners
- Retirees of our partners
- Workers in the emergency services including the NHS, Fire Brigade and Police.
If you would like to become a member and believe you meet one of these criteria, please complete the online membership form and you will receive email confirmation.
Company Shop news
Community Shop shortlisted for UK Social Enterprise Award
We are excited to announce that Community Shop has been shortlisted under the ‘One to Watch’ category for the UK Social Enterprise Awards 2014. more >
Company Shop shortlisted for two awards in the Food & Drink Federation Awards 2014
Company Shop shortlisted for two awards in the Food & Drink Federation Awards 2014 more >
TheBusinessDesk.com: Food redistributor hungry for expansion
A Yorkshire business news website, TheBusinessDesk.com, has today carried an in-depth interview with Mark Game, Managing Director of Company Shop. more >
Fighting food poverty and stopping food waste: UK’s first social supermarket amongst Consumer Initiatives of the Year at Grocer Gold Awards
Fighting food poverty and stopping food waste: UK’s first social supermarket amongst Consumer Initiatives of the Year at Grocer Gold Awards more >
Managing Director of Company Shop, interviewed following London Stock Exchange
Mark Game, Managing Director of Company Shop, interviewed following London Stock Exchange ‘ELITE’ announcement more >
Company Shop FC bring the ‘Hope Cup’ back from Upton Park
On Sunday 25th May 2014, Company Shop sent its best players from across the business down to London, to play in a charity football tournament at West Ham’s iconic Upton Park Stadium. more >
Company Shop joins London Stock Exchange’s Inaugural ‘ELITE’ Programme
Company Shop, the UK’s largest redistributor of surplus food, has today confirmed it has been selected to join the London Stock Exchange’s inaugural ‘LSE ELITE’ programme, launched to support and develop twenty high growth private businesses across the country. more >
The Grocer Gold Awards 2014 - Community Shop shortlisted
Community Shop shortlisted as 'Consumer Initiative of the Year' for The Grocer Gold Awards 2014. more >
Company Shop attends Mondelēz UK Managers Conference
Company Shop travelled to London yesterday, to meet with 450 Senior Managers from one of the largest global food manufacturing companies in Europe. more >
Social Supermarket Founder Wants To Roll Out More Stores
We are Barnsley has today featured the Chairman and Founder of Company Shop, John Marren, talking about his background, the establishment of the Community Shop pilot store, and plans to expand in the year ahead. more >