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New ethnic range adds a world of flavour



Moy Park Foodservice
has launched a new ethnic range to help operators tap into the booming demand for globally-inspired dishes on menus.


From authentic South Indian, to new takes on Sicilian and American street food, the three new innovations reflect some of the biggest flavour trends from around the world, and include Indian-inspired vegetable Hara Bhara Bites, Sicilian-style Tomato and Mozzarella Arancini and Texan BBQ Cheese Bites.

Each item can be served standalone as light bites, added to sharing platters or dished up as part of a main meal.

Supplied frozen, the range can be made plate-ready in a number of ways with the absolute minimum of fuss and wastage, making them an ideal addition to any menu without putting extra pressure on a busy kitchen.

With Mintel reporting nearly 80% of people have eaten in an ethnic restaurant, demand for the food in the UK is showing steady growth.
Moy Park Foodservice 028 3835 2233 www.moyparkfoodservice.com

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