Harvey Jones faces funding race

Upmarket kitchen chain Harvey Jones is facing a race to secure addition funding or fall into administration.

The 28-store chain has filed a notice to appoint administrators – Interpath – giving it protection from creditors while to looks to secure its future.

‘We are reviewing options to restructure the business on a sustainable basis, including discussions with key stakeholders and potential new investors. We have filed court documents that will protect the business while these discussions remain ongoing, to allow us time to reach a successful conclusion, to enable us to achieve our growth plans for 2024,’ a statement said.

The stores remain open and are continuing to trade.

Harvey Jones’ potential administration comes less than two years after the company changed ownership in a management buyout.

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