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Stir it up magazine March 2015

THE MARKETPLACE Mood Infusions from Tetley offers operators more choice >> Tetley Tea Academy has launched a new Mood Infusions range to provide operators with the opportunity to offer a wider range of choice and better quality than ever before. Each of the four blends has given Tetley’s favourite fruit and herbal products a twist, with unusual ingredients that pique consumers’ curiosity. The range – Pick Me Up, Serenity, Warmth and Calm – creates complementary and profitable menu options for foodservice outlets and includes food pairings. The Mood Infusions range has been launched by Tetley to help operators capitalise on growing demand for fruit and herbal blends, annual sales of which have increased at 19% and 15% respectively, according to Kantar World Panel. The Camomile, Redbush, Lemon and Honey and Berry blends used in the range are some of Tetley’s most popular options, making the range a profitable opportunity for operators. The range creates complementary and profitable menu options MACPHIE LAUNCHES HOMEBAKE RANGE OF MIXES >> The UK’s leading, added-value food ingredients company Macphie is launching a new pack size for its popular range of bakery mixes. The Homebake range is now available in 4 x 3.5kg packs, which are aimed at the foodservice market. Gillian Williamson, category marketing manager at Macphie, says: “With a surge of consumer and customer interest in home baking over the past couple of years, there is demand to increase the foodservice small bag offering. A variety of products can be made from one mix and require little skill level to produce. Homebake items generate much higher profits than bought in thaw and serve products, so they’re a great way of creating tasty cakes and tasty profits”. The mixes available in the Homebake range are: • Shortbread • Gingerbread Biscuit • American Carrot Cake • Mississippi Muffin/Cake • Mississippi Chocolate Muffin/Cake • Lemon Sensation • Plain Cookie • Chocolate Cookie • Flapjack • Scone Lemon Drizzle Cake A variety of products can be made from one mix Blueberr y Muffins Pritchitts reveals fresh new look for Millac Maid >> Pritchitts – the foodservice division of Lakeland Dairies – has revealed a fresh new look for Millac Maid mini pots. From this month (March) the Millac Maid Mini Pots range will sport a contemporary new packaging design that gives the product a stronger brand identity and echoes the unique benefit ‘tastes like fresh milk’ flavour. Millac Maid is a peel- and-pour, premium single portion long life whitener for tea and coffee – the practical, hygienic and great tasting way to serve hot drinks front-of-house and in-room. In both full-fat and half- fat versions and sold in cases of 120x12ml or 240x12ml pots, the full-fat option is also available in cases of 480x10ml pots. To celebrate Millac Maid’s new look, Pritchitts has developed a branded tray tidy for Millac Maid end users within the accommodation sector – perfect for keeping hot drinks stations in the rooms in top condition. Contact your wholesaler for more details. ...the practical, hygienic and great tasting way to serve hot drinks... MONKEY BUSINESS FOR RED NO S E D AY >> For the first time ever, PG Tips is partnering with Comic Relief to help raise money on Red Nose Day (March 13). The well-known tea brand is hoping to raise £1million with a range of activities and is urging caterers to get involved. For free fundrai sing tools, including posters, bunting and sponsorship forms, visit ufs.teatips.co.uk A d v e r t o r i a l ROBINSON YOUNG COVER ALL NECESSITIES To go coffee market showing no signs of a slow down... >> With the ever growing coffee to go market showing no signs of a slow down, Robinson Young is in the right position to offer you the range required to cover all necessities. The range includes high quality paper hot cups in single walled cups, all popular sizes, as well as the triple insulated ripple cups in a very attractive design. Other products in the range include high quality coffee stirrers, lids and carry trays. MARCH 2015 09


Stir it up magazine March 2015
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