Legendary pork sandwich firm Béres to open 12th Sheffield shop - and you could work there

Beres is to open its 12th shop in Sheffield.
Beres is to open its 12th shop in Sheffield.
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A Sheffield institution known for its legendary pork sandwiches is to open its 12th shop in the city - and you could work there.

Béres, which is renowned across the city for its pork butties, has announced plans to open a branch at Crystal Peaks.

The outlet is expected to open in the next six weeks and people interested in working there are being invited to apply online now.

The firm was founded by Eileen Béres and her late husband Sandor and the pair opened their first shop together in 1961.

The family business has expanded across the city and now employs around 90 staff in 11 branches.

Eileen grew up in Barnsley, where she met Sandor, a butcher who came to Britain as a political refugee following the 1956 uprising in his native Hungary, and the couple moved to Sheffield.

The business was predominantly a butchers to begin with but it was the freshly-made pork sandwiches which became their signature product and propelled their expansion.

Their three children, Richard, Helen and Catherine, all joined the family firm, which today has branches across Sheffield, including in the city centre, Chapeltown, Crookes and Woodseats, and a factory on Rawson Spring Road, in Hillbsborough.

People interested in applying can do so at the firm's website HERE