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New-look Kerry website offers help and advice



Kerry Foodservice, a leading supplier to Britain’s fish and chip industry, has developed a new-look website which delivers on the team’s simple but service-driven motto “We’re here to help”.

Details of all the Kerry Foodservice brands and the range of products available can be found on the site, giving friers everything they need to know about brands such as Goldensheaf, Henry Jones, Kerrymaid, Chef’s Pass, Dinaclass, A1 Batter Mixtures, Chicken Train, Da Vinci Gourmet, Island Oasis and Ravi Fruit, as well as order free samples.

The website also features a new interactive UK-wide mapping tool, which enables visitors to quickly identify and pull up contact details for their nearest wholesalers and distributors. The Kerry fast food outlet team also works by geographic region, so it’s easy to find out who is the best person to contact for market insights and supplies.

Friers can also view and download a selection of new recipes as well as find out how to vary popular fish and chip combinations simply by selecting ingredients from the Frying Squad’s range of special sauces.

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