WALDON FRUIT Ltd

Quality Fresh Fruit Vegetables and Salads
Suppliers to the Retail and Catering Trade

Waldon Fruit Ltd was incorporated on the 17 October 1978 by partners Brian Walker and Bernie Haydon/. It began trading in Stratford wholesale market, the smaller East London market with Spitalfields being the larger market site of the two.

Waldon Fruit was one of the first company’s to believe there was a gap in the market where the selling of fruit, berries vegetables and salad that were not of the standard or popular size or grade could be sold at a much lower price. This attracted many street markets and discount stores across London and the Home Counties. The company traded at Stratford until 1991 when New Spitalfields market was built incorporating both Tenants fromOld Spitalfields and Stratford market.

This large 32 acre site with over 100 businesses competed for the trade of London and the Home Counties fruit and vegetable stores and markets. Waldon Fruit fast became one of the largest and most successful companies in Spitalfields. Brian Walker retired in 2005. His son, Paul Walker took over his shares and partnered with Bernie Haydon. The company continued to grow doubling in size shortly afterwards with mezzanine floors being built to all there units. Bernie retired in 2015 with Graeme Stone then the Sales Manager taking his shares.

The company continues to grow and has an excellent reputation for supplying London and the Home Counties with quality and second grade produce at highly competitive prices.

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WALDON FRUIT Ltd

Quality Fresh Fruit Vegetables and Salads
Suppliers to the Retail and Catering Trade

Waldon Fruit Ltd was incorporated on the 17 October 1978 by partners Brian Walker and Bernie Haydon/. It began trading in Stratford wholesale market, the smaller East London market with Spitalfields being the larger market site of the two.

Waldon Fruit was one of the first company’s to believe there was a gap in the market where the selling of fruit, berries vegetables and salad that were not of the standard or popular size or grade could be sold at a much lower price. This attracted many street markets and discount stores across London and the Home Counties. The company traded at Stratford until 1991 when New Spitalfields market was built incorporating both Tenants fromOld Spitalfields and Stratford market.

This large 32 acre site with over 100 businesses competed for the trade of London and the Home Counties fruit and vegetable stores and markets. Waldon Fruit fast became one of the largest and most successful companies in Spitalfields. Brian Walker retired in 2005. His son, Paul Walker took over his shares and partnered with Bernie Haydon. The company continued to grow doubling in size shortly afterwards with mezzanine floors being built to all there units. Bernie retired in 2015 with Graeme Stone then the Sales Manager taking his shares.

The company continues to grow and has an excellent reputation for supplying London and the Home Counties with quality and second grade produce at highly competitive prices.

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