Partnering for Customer Value: case study - Dingley Dell Pork

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The P4CV initiative commissioned 11 case studies profiling 14 agribusinesses in the horticulture, livestock, dairy, grains, seafood and processed foods sectors, across small, medium and large enterprises that were from Australia, New Zealand, Europe and the United Kingdom.

Dingley Dell Pork is a third-generation pork producer with a 350-acre, outdoor pig farm in Suffolk, England.

The Dingley Dell brand was established during 1999 and is based on the philosophy of animal welfare, taste and sustainability. Its focus is the high-end restaurant sector, both domestically and internationally, with Dingley Dell Pork on the menus of some of the top restaurants in the world.

Read the Dingley Dell Pork - snapshot for quick details on the case study. 

Dingley Dell Pork snapshot

Patterns of success demonstrated by Dingley Dell Pork case study: 

Patterns of success - Dingley Dell Pork

Why you should read the Dingley Dell Pork case study

  • In-depth explanation of the customer development process
  • Real world examples of value chain partnerships
  • Detailed analysis of Dingley Dell’s approach to creating demand in key export markets