Product collection | 20 August 2019

Product Collection
2019-2020 Cuisine

Product Collection

Discover new solutions in our new Cuisine Product Collection with many new products in Delicatessen, Seafood, Meat, Charcuterie, Dairy, Grocery, Mini Bar & Beverages and Ready to Use Solutions categories.

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Gourmet Prawns

Mediterranean and Atlantic red pawns, Blue Belly prawns, Carabineros or Gamberro Rosso Wild Red Prawns enjoy a large selection of gourmet prawns. Our aim is to offer the best seafood available, from the best fishing grounds and with the highest guarantees in terms of processing.


Australian Wagyu Beef with Westholme

Established in 1824, Australian Agricultural Company (AACo) – the producer of Westholme - is the oldest continuously operating company in Australia. The mighty Westholme herd was founded on champion Wagyu bulls and cows that came to Australia from Japan more than two decades ago. AACo has carefully built on foundational Wagyu bloodlines to produce the most highly credentialed cattle to ever leave Japan. Strategically bred Waygu are uniquely Australian, born wild and roaming across huge expanses of native Australian grasses before being finished on quality cereal grains. The grass and grain work together to deliver Westholme’s intense marbling, complexity and depth of flavour.


West Country Beef

The West Country is the largest, most agricultural region in England. The geographical area consists of the six counties of Cornwall, Devon, Dorset, Gloucestershire, Somerset and Wiltshire. In January 2014, Protected Geographical Indications (PGI’s) for West Country beef were recognised by the European Commission and published in the Official Journal of the EU.
To comply with the requirements of the ‘West Country Beef’ scheme, producers are required during the inspections to demonstrate the cattle are born, reared and finished within the West Country region.
West Country Beef is aged for 21 days minimum to insure tenderness and has natural healthy fats that give a beautiful caramelisation during cooking.


Salsus Stocks and Ready-to-Use Sauces

Salsus products are mainly made with Norwegian fresh ingredients & raw materials and contain no additives, gluten, lactose and GMO. Making real stocks and sauces requires clean water, the best ingredients, a long time and a lot of knowledge. In cooperation with SIVA Norway, Innovation Norway and DNB, they have created a high-tech production plant that started production in May 2018.
They now produce additive-free bone broths and sauces from valuable animal bone raw materials, and with the help of Norway’s best chefs Salsus has developed high-tech packaging that allows their products to be held at ambient temperature for 12 months from production. Meaning that you always have them on hand without taking up valuable fridge space.


Killowen Handmade Yogurts

Killowen Farm, situated at the foot of the Blackstairs Mountains in Co. Wexford, Ireland is a family company for over 200 years. They produce award-winning live yogurt using milk provided from their own herd of cows.
They use only the finest natural ingredients, with no preservatives and no additives, and their natural yogurt is as natural as you can get, it is made with only milk and live cultures, good bacteria that help keep your digestive system working well.
When making flavoured yogurts they add real fruit, sourced mainly from local & Irish growers, and a small amount of sugar to their natural yogurt.


Yare Valley Extra Virgin Rapeseed Oils

Ever since settling beside the Norfolk Broads in the early 1900’s the Mack Family have been farming the rich soil of the Yare Valley to produce Extra Virgin Cold Rapeseed Oil.
The seeds are simply pressed by mechanical means then filtered twice for incredibly pure and wholesome oil. This pure, delicately flavoured and not heat treated oil, is ideal for dressing, frying, roasting, baking and much more, making it a perfect oil for everyday use.
It is high in Omega 3, contains Vitamin E and has half the saturated fat of an equivalent Olive Oil. In addition, everything is grown, harvested, pressed and bottled on the farm meaning they have full traceability from seed to bottle.


Tiptree Condiments

The Wilkin family have been farming at Tiptree, Essex, making quality preserves since 1885 and condiments for over a hundred years.
Using premium ingredients, Tiptree condiments are made with care, no artificial colours, flavours and preservatives, to give sauces an irresistible taste.
The farm is LEAF Marque accredited (Linking Environment and Farming), recognising that they work sympathetically with the environment and encourage links with local community.


Premium Japanese Condiments

Discover a new range of premium Japanese condiments, with organic sesame oil and paste, traditional Japanese sauce, Premium soy sauce, and plum salt, all coming from the best places in the world. 
Enjoy one of the most authentic Japanese condiments that are still made according to its ancient recipe, with our Irizake Sashimi Seasoning. Used for 250 Years before the use of soy, it’s a concentrated combination of the sweet, yet sharp, taste of umeboshi plum and the richness of bonito, used for sashimi, vegetables and dressings.


Rubies in the Rubble Ketchup

Rubies in the Rubble are purveyors of award-winning sustainable condiments who have been around since 2012 and exist to tackle the problem of food waste and create word-class condiments in doing so.
They work with farmers and producers to source what they cannot otherwise sell due to being misshapen, blemished, in oversupply or a by-product. From this they make delicious award-winning products, such as their 100% natural ketchup winner in the Casual Dining Innovation Challenge 2019 Awards.
Rubies in the Rubble Ketchup: A delicious, great-tasting, sustainably sourced, 100% natural ketchup using surplus pear to give natural sweetness, thus halving the amount of added refined sugar compared to rival brands, and containing a lot more fruit.


Maldon Salt

Since 1882, Maldon salt has been made with the same traditional artisan methods from the coastal town of Maldon. Maldon salt is still today a family business ensuring that the salt always stays the same.
Four generations of master salt makers have been hand harvesting the naturally formed pyramid crystals that have become Maldon‘s signature. The flakes release their saltiness with sweet precision, a fresh intensity and clean taste.
Maldon salt is made like no other, there’s an art in temperature and timing.  A slow warmth uncovering the water’s secret, with skilled hands poised over every batch. Traditional methods and time honoured techniques passed down through the centuries are the reasons why Maldon salt is so unique.