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Middleton’s Gluten Free Batter now in re-sealable tubs

Middleton Foods
has added a new 2.5kg re-sealable tub to the current range of
gluten free batter mixes.

Made using Middleton’s secret recipe, it is manufactured in the UK in the company’s own dedicated gluten free factory, which eliminates the risk of cross-contamination completely.

For the customer, this development not only means additional peace of mind, but it also creates a wider range of products to choose from and helps to bring the cost of gluten free ingredients down.

Ryan Baker, sales manager, Middleton Foods, comments:  “As a company we are committed to developing a whole range of gluten free products and we are constantly looking for new ways to improve our products. This new pack size will help our customers by keeping the batter mix fresher for longer in this new re-sealable tub”.

The batter mix is endorsed by the Coeliac Society and carries the internationally recognisable crossed grain symbol identifying gluten free products. 

Craig Maw and Nikki Mutton have been using Middleton’s gluten free batter mix for several years now at their takeaway, Kingfisher Fish and Chips in Plymouth, Devon. Craig comments: “The gluten free batter mix is such good quality and so consistent, it is a fabulous product that works very well for us. We use the Middleton’s gluten free batter mix for our homemade onions rings as well - this is a great way to extend the gluten free menu and offer additional side orders.”
Middleton Foods  01902 608122 www.middletonfoods.com


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