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Drywite launches new-look catalogue



Drywite
has launched a new 2017/18 catalogue which boasts a modern look as well as a host of brand new products and ideas to help chip shops improve their offering.


Drawing on more than 80 years of supplying the frying industry, operators will be introduced to Mr Wite, a new character who offers tips and features throughout the brochure.

As well as popular long-standing products such as chip bins, pea ladles and Drywite potato preparation formula, the catalogue features a number of innovative new items, for example a specially designed portion control scoop. Developed alongside industry body recommendations and in response to friers’ concerns about oversize portions, the scoop is available in three sizes — 6oz, 8oz and 10oz — and is made in the UK.

Look out for your new Drywite 2017/18 catalogue being delivered with the April and May issues of Fry Magazine.
Drywite 01384 569556 www.drywite.co.uk


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