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Shape up with new shredded chicken

Meadow Vale Foods has introduced two new lines to its Homestyle range More

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Shape up with new shredded chicken



Continuing its commitment to delivering innovative menu items that combine maximum taste and
flavour, Meadow Vale Foods has introduced two new lines to its Homestyle range.

Crunchy Shredded Chicken are chicken breast fillet strips in the trademark Homestyle crunchy coating while Salt & Pepper Shredded Chicken features a crunchy salt and pepper coating.

Both products are fully cooked, hand cut, whole muscle chicken breast fillets that can be cooked from frozen either deep fried or oven baked. They are great for sharing platters, burger toppings, Bao Buns and much more.
Meadow Vale Foods 01978 666 100 www.meadowvalefoods.co.uk

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