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Grahams The Family Dairy Group Limited is a company registered in Scotland. Company No. 317473 (Scotland) Registered Office: Airthrey Kerse Farm | Henderson St. | Bridge of Allan | FK9 4RW VAT No. GB898171080

Gender Pay Report 2023

Gender at Graham’s The Family Dairy

Overall, Graham’s the Family Dairy has a 18% female and 82% male workforce. Our organisation has more males than females, which is typical of the Transport and Distribution sector.

The table below sets out the gender profile by pay quartile.

Table 1. Graham’s The Family Dairy Pay Quartile Gender Split

Gender Lower pay Grade Lower Middle Pay Grade Upper Middle Pay Grade Upper Pay Grade
Female 27% 32% 16% 5%
Male 73% 68% 84% 95%


The Gender Pay Gap at Graham’s the Family Dairy

We collected our data on 5th April 2023. The figures show that Graham’s the Family Dairy has a mean gender pay gap of 11% and a median gender pay gap of 10.25%.

Expressed as a percentage
Mean Gender pay gap in hourly pay 11%

Median Gender pay gap in hourly pay



The gender pay gap is the difference between the hourly rate of pay of male employees and female employees, expressed as a percentage of the hourly pay rate of the male employees. The gender pay gap is reported on both a mean (average) and median (mid-point on a distribution) basis.

Gender Bonus

6% of females and 70% of males received bonus.

The mean bonus gender pay gap is 64% and the median bonus gender pay gap is a 35%.

The gender bonus is higher for our male employees due to our core workforce being made up of male drivers. The simple reason for this is that fewer women apply for these roles during our recruitment processes.  When they do, they are treated equally and paid the same as men.

Taking Action

We are prioritising the following areas for action: building gender pay gap analysis into our management processes and continuing to actively promote gender balance within the Organisation.

We will explore how we can continue to attract women into our organisation to create an even gender balance. As an equal opportunities employer, we firmly believe in appointing the best candidates into the role, regardless of their gender or other factors covered by the Equality Act.


I confirm that our data has been calculated accordingly to the requirements of the Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2017.

Joanne Crews

Group HR Manager

Standard Competition Rules

Entry to any competition may only be made in accordance with the specified instructions for entry published in print or online in conjunction with the competition.

Employees of Graham’s The Family Dairy, their agents or their families may not enter any competition. Employees of any non Graham’s The Family Dairy party involved with the running of a particular competition, their agents or their families may not enter that competition. The promoter’s decision as to the eligibility of non Graham’s The Family Dairy parties will be final.

Use of a false name or address will result in disqualification.

The promoter reserves the right to refuse entries which are incomplete, duplicate or otherwise inappropriate.

All entries must be made directly by the person entering the competition.

The promoter’s decision regarding any part of the competition is final and binding and no correspondence will be entered into.

Entries made online using methods generated by a script, macro or the use of automated devices will be void.

No responsibility can be accepted for entries lost, delayed or corrupted, or due to computer error in transit.

The prizes are as stated, are not transferable to another individual and no cash or other alternatives will be offered.

In the event of unforeseen circumstances, the promoter reserves the right to offer an alternative prize of equal or greater value.

No purchase is necessary.

The promoter does not take any responsibility for prizes lost, damaged or stolen in the post.

Prizes are subject to availability and the prize suppliers’ terms and conditions.

The promoters reserve the right to amend or alter the terms of competitions and reject entries from entrants not entering into the spirit of the competition.

The promoter accepts no responsibility for any damage, loss, liabilities, injury or disappointment incurred or suffered by you as a result of entering the competition or accepting any prize.

The winner(s) agree(s) to the use of their name, photograph and disclosure of county of residence and will co-operate with any other reasonable requests by Graham’s The Family Dairy relating to any post-winning publicity.

Unless stated otherwise the winner(s) will be drawn at random from all correct entries received by the closing date stated within the promotional material.

Competitions may be modified or withdrawn at any time.

All entries, photographs, and other material submitted as part of a competition entry shall become the property of Graham’s The Family Dairy and in submitting such material the entrant grants Graham’s the Family Dairy a licence to reproduce it. Graham’s The Family Dairy has the right to publish such material in whole or in part or use it in any way without the permission of the entrant or payment for such use but subject always to the provisions of the Data Protection Act 1998.

Photographs submitted to competitions or any other reader generated content may be posted on our website, Facebook and Twitter pages.

Names of winners and results of competitions will be available on receipt of a request enclosing a stamped self-addressed envelope and may be published in the relevant publications or on the website as space permits.

If the winner of a competition is unable to take up a prize for any reason or in the event that time is of the essence and a winner cannot be contacted by Graham’s the Family Dairy within a reasonable period Graham’s the Family Dairy reserves the right to award the prize to an alternative winner, in which case the first winner chosen will not be eligible for any share of the prize whatsoever.

Failure to comply with any of these rules may result in the disqualification of the entry. Promoter reserves the right to disqualify any entry at their absolute discretion.

By entering the competition, you are accepting these terms and conditions.

A copy of these Standard Competition Rules may be obtained by sending a stamped self-addressed envelope marked “Standard Rules Request” to Airthrey Kerse Farm, Henderson Street, Bridge of Allan, Stirling, FK9 4RW.

Children’s Panel Terms & Conditions

The Children’s Panel is open to UK based applicants only.  No reimbursement for travel to and from the Dairy will be offered.  By participating in the Children’s Panel you agree that photographs and video taken at the Children’s Panel can be used on an ongoing basis for marketing (online and offline), social media and PR purposes.  Children involved with the Children’s Panel can have no dietary restrictions or food allergies.  Children applying to the Children’s Panel must be aged between 5 and 11 years at the time of application.  Participating children must have parental permission to take part in the Children’s Panel.

Modern Slavery Act 2015 Transparency Statement


Graham’s Dairies Limited is committed to ensuring that its business and supply chains are free from slavery and human trafficking.  To date, we have reviewed our current practices and procedures relating to supply chain due diligence and associated risk management in order to understand how we can best develop in this area.

Section 54 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 (“MSA”) places a legal requirement on large businesses such as Graham’s Dairies Limited to publish an annual statement of the steps that the organisation has taken during the previous financial year to ensure that modern slavery (including human trafficking) is not taking place in its business or supply chain.  This statement is made pursuant to the MSA for the financial year ending 5 April 2023.


Our Organisation

Graham’s Dairies Limited is a manufacturer and supplier of dairy products in the agriculture and food processing sectors.

We are the parent company of Graham’s The Family Dairy Limited (the “Group”).  We have over 650 employees and operate in the United Kingdom.

We have an annual worldwide turnover of £152 million.

Our business is organised into six business units: Bridge of Allan, Glenfield, Nairn, Inverurie, Inverkeithing and Glasgow who produce and distribute a variety of dairy products to customers.


We operate three manufacturing sites in the United Kingdom. We procure goods and services from approximately 700 suppliers based in four countries, namely the United Kingdom, Germany, Italy, and France. Of these suppliers, we have direct contractual relationships with 700 first-tier suppliers and the remainder are lower tier suppliers, with whom our first-tier suppliers’ contract.


We are committed to ensuring that there is no modern slavery or human trafficking in any part of our business or in our supply chains and this is reflected in our polices, Whistleblowing, Anti-Bribery & Corruption Policy, Child Labour & Remediation & Young Worker Policy, Human Rights Policy.

Everyone who works for Graham’s Dairies Limited will be obliged to comply with the modern slavery policy. All our suppliers will be required to accept contractual obligations to comply with our Supplier Code of Conduct and to oblige suppliers who supply them with goods/services to do so.

Our Managing Director has overall responsibility for our policies relating to ethics and conduct and is also responsible for the implementation, management and day-to-day operation of such policies.


As part of our initiative to identify and address risks of slavery in our supply chain we:

  • Carry out pre-contractual checks on suppliers, by way of scoring supplier-completed assessment forms, which scoring determines whether or not we enter into a contract with that supplier.
  • Carry out an annual risk rating of all our suppliers by re-running the assessments described immediately above.
  • Only engage workers from reputable employment agencies and always obtain evidence verifying their right to work in the United Kingdom before accepting a worker.
  • Encourage openness and support anyone who raises genuine concern in good faith relating to slavery or human trafficking.  We are committed to ensuring that no one suffers any detrimental treatment as a result of reporting in good faith their suspicion that slavery of whatever form is or may be taking place in any part of our own business or in any of our supply chains.
  • Annual SEDEX Audits (SMETA) with results being published on the SEDEX system to all suppliers and customers.


Following a review of the effectiveness of the steps we have taken to date to ensure that there is no slavery or human trafficking in our business or supply chains, we intend to take the following further steps to combat slavery and human trafficking:

  • Continue to educate all colleagues across the Graham’s Dairies business of our commitment to eradicating modern slavery and human trafficking in our supply chains by providing ongoing support and training.
  • Continue to measure how effective we have been in ensuring that slavery and human trafficking are not taking place in any part of our business or supply chains.
  • Ensure adherence to the ETI Base Code, Human Rights Policy and raise staff awareness.
  • Follow Stronger Together Guidance and Support.
  • Scotland Against Modern Slavery – continue to be member of the Round Table for SAMS.