Our business is built on the foundations of culture, trusted partnerships, teamwork and most importantly great people. We aim to always be the supplier of choice for food supplements and pride ourselves on putting the needs of our customers at the heart of everything we do, servicing them with excellent quality, on time, at the right price.
All our employees are crucial to the success of our business and are our greatest assets. We believe the shared values embodied in our group help us attract and keep the most talented values-driven people in the world and we pride ourselves on the opportunities and developments available for all our people to grow.
The pillars of strength supporting the business are:
- Excellent quality standards.
- Putting the needs and well-being of all our customers at the forefront of everything we do. All our products are developed to provide the very best nutritional support in a first class quality environment.
- Service and availability are crucial to the success of our business. Our long standing customers and relationships are testament to our commitment to ensuring the right products are delivered on time.
- Innovation is a key growth driver for our business and strengthens our proposition for being the supplier of choice.
- Our value pillar demonstrates our commitment to always offer customers value for money, as well as excellent skills and resource to truly add value to all we do.
- Our Integrity pillar ensures the business and its employees display honesty, truthfulness and accuracy in all their actions.
People are our greatest assets. We know that the success of the business relies on the people that work here. Employees with strong personal values are encouraged to make a difference in the company. We believe that the shared values embodied in our culture help attract and keep good, dynamic, talented people.
Diversity is a central part of our group culture. Our commitment to diversity is exemplified in our structure and our company activities. We recognise that differences in age, race, gender, nationality, sexual orientation, physical ability, background and ways of thinking bring richness to our work environment. We believe that attracting, developing and retaining a base of employees that reflects the diversity of our customers is essential to our success.
The Principle Healthcare Group commits itself to the prevention of pollution and aims to reduce the impact of its activities. We also strive to continually make improvements through the development of environmental performance evaluation procedures and indicators. The Principle Healthcare Group is committed to complying with all legislation. Environmental regulations, laws and codes of practice will be regarded as minimum standards of environmental performance.
In March 2008 Principle Healthcare International gained an accreditation for ISO14001 Environmental Standard.
Principle Healthcare Group formulates, produces and distributes a wide range of food supplements to many of the UK’s largest retailers.
The group companies maintain that the primary aim of it’s environmental strategy is to minimise resource consumption through product development, sustainable waste management and the prevention of pollution. We recognise our responsibility to recycle materials wherever possible.
The company has set a number of environmental objectives designed to improve our environmental performance:
- Look to reduce the amount of packaging we use or try to find alternatives from sustainable sources
- Reduce the amount of waste sent to landfill
- Look for viable ways to reduce energy consumption
- Company performance against the environmental objectives will be regularly reviewed
The board of directors are fully committed to the implementation of this policy and give full backing to all those authorised to carry it out. This policy has been communicated to all employees, it also available on request from the company head office.
The Principle Trust
Established in 2010, CEO Mike Davies had a vision about helping disadvantaged children in the local community, assisting them in various ways and providing facilities where they can just have fun. After much deliberation, we decided that it would be fantastic to offer children who really deserve a break, somewhere safe and exciting to enjoy a much-needed holiday.
We want to ensure as many children and families as possible can benefit from the Trust. We are working with local authorities to provide holiday accommodation at all times of the year, for those they consider most in need.
So far the Trust has helped 920 children and 349 families.
We are committed to raising funds to enable more children to enjoy a free, memory-packed holiday. We are hoping to raise enough money to buy another holiday home so we can help more families. The Principle Trust receives no government funding and solely relies on the generosity of individuals and business donors, as well as fund-raising events.
The founder responsible for setting up the charity experienced a very difficult and painful childhood having lost his mum when he was only 5 years old. This resulted in his childhood being fraught with challenges and difficulties and family holidays were just something that didn’t happen with any real fun and enjoyment. The only memory of escaping was being put on a train alone, from the grand old age of 8 with a carrier bag of clothes to go spend time with family members at the other end of the country. Although harsh, in reality this was the most exciting holiday experience he encountered, but one which was looked forward to, and remembered! As a result, many years later, what came of this experience was a real passion and desire to help todays disadvantaged children enjoy the fun and excitement of a holiday. This is why The Principle Trust has formed.
If you think you can help, we would like to hear from you. The Trust is our passion and we need as many companies out there to get involved. You can get in touch by calling the trust on 01756 704782 or if you would like to donate to this worthwhile cause please click on the donate button on the Principle Trust website: