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  MP urges NHS to offer bigger role to Diss company
 

 
Richard (centre) examines some of the
information leaflets distributed by Bounty
with the company's Paul D'Inverno (left)
and Cindy Roper (right)

AFTER visiting Bounty in Diss, Richard Bacon MP has called on NHS bosses to make better use of health leaflets which the company produces.

Known as the home of Bounty Bags - the gift packs of product samples delivered to new mums in hospitals - the Diss company also distributes eaflets on benefits and help for pre-school children.

 
 


Richard said: “Bounty tell me the NHS could be reaching more people than they do. I've written to the Health Minister asking why Bounty's highly regarded advice for pregnant women and new mums is being overlooked”.

From its Vinces Road site, Bounty also processes several million coupons a year sent in by customers for a number of household-name company promotions.

This makes the company one of the largest employers in the area with 350 of its 700-strong workforce based in Diss.

Richard said: “I'm pleased to help local businesses whenever I can. Strong companies are good for their employees and a boost for the local economy”.

 

 

 


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