-->

Condiments Features

Pulse batter and Vincent gravy win awards for Whitley’s



Two of VA Whitley’s own label products have scooped top accolades at the CCM Chefs’ Own-Brand Awards
organised by Cash & Carry Management in partnership with the Craft Guild of Chefs.

Whitley’s Pulse ‘Gluten Free’ Batter Flour and Vincent’s Gravy Mix both scooped awards, which are designed to show that private own labels are just as good, and in many cases far better, than the big global brands.

Pulse Batter Flour won the Gluten Free Category and was hailed as “a truly remarkable product”. The team tried several ways to test the product to its fullest - even coating a greasy sausage. They were staggered to see that Pulse remained crispy, dry and tasty. The judges commented: “Why on earth wouldn’t a fish and chip shop just use Pulse? It’s a fantastic batter and they would have the advantage of being Gluten Free all of the time!”

Meanwhile, its Vincent’s Gravy Mix won the Gravy & Stocks category and was complimented on its colour, flavour and depth and described as “not your run-of-the-mill gravy”. Whilst presenting the trophy, the head of The Guild said: “Of all the many products I have tasted, Vincent’s stood out because it is just like an old-fashioned, proper, traditional Gravy.”

 

Archive

New fry-deas

350 portions of fish, 500 cones of chips, 320 slices of pizza, 300 pots of mushy peas and 500 cups of coffee were dished out to visitors hungry for new ideas at The Fish Frying & Fast Food Show on Sunday

Ideas & inspiration

The Fish Frying & Fast Food Show 2018 on Sunday 7th October at the NAEC, Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire, is all about discovering the latest foods trends, forging new partnerships and finding great deals

Selling salads

Eating salads is considered to be one of the healthiest habits to adopt as it’s a convenient way to add a couple of servings of vegetables - and sometimes fruit - to the diet. With mounting pressure on the industry to increase the healthy options available, could serving salads be one solution?

Lincolnshire food supplier tests greener packaging

Lincolnshire-based ingredients supplier Sleaford Quality Foods is set to trial a new range of recyclable packaging for its foodservice products
<< Newer
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10
Older >>