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Ranjit and Baljinder Boparan Singh

Ranjit and Baljinder Boparan Singh are the sole shareholders of West Bromwich-based 2 Sisters Food Group. Ranjit is chief executive. Ranjit Boparan’s career in food began behind the counter of a butcher’s shop in Bilston – the town where he was born. The 2 Sisters business was founded in 1993 and remains a private company.

 

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Ranjit Boparan Singh

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Husband and wife team acquire more household names for their 2 Sister Food Group, dropping just one place from last year while their fortune remains the same

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Ranjit Boparan rescues 'struggling' Bernard Matthews

Renowned British turkey brand has been acquired in pre-pack administration deal by Birmingham's so-called 'chicken deal' as Ranjit Boparan's food empire continues to grow

Ranjit Boparan's 2 Sisters Food Group is among those on the 2016 Top Track 100 list

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Things seem to be on the up at Ranjit and Baljinder Boparan Singh's 2 Sisters Food Group, with a big reduction in losses and renewed investment in the company’s operations

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Ranjit Boparan Singh

Rich List 2015: No.5 - Ranjit and Baljinder Boparan Singh

The 2 Sisters business was founded in 1993 and remains a private company, with husband and wife team Ranjit and Baljinder Boparan Singh the sole shareholders.

Two Sisters Food Group headquarters on Dial Lane, Hilltop, West Bromwich

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