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Adams Foods launches new foodservice division
Adams Foods, supplier of cheese and butter goods to UK and international retailers, has launched a new foodservice division to bring its longstanding dairy expertise to the catering and hospitality industry nationwide.
The company has teamed up with three Irish Dairy Board sister companies in the UK, Adams Food Ingredients, Meadow Cheese and The Cheese Warehouse to deliver a ‘one stop shop’ for foodservice dairy solutions. Offerings include recognised brands such as Pilgrims Choice and Kerrygold, own label dairy ingredients, bespoke packaging and product and menu ideas.
Over and above the traditional cheese and butter options supplied by Adams Foodservice and its brands, the team also offers a new range of Adams’ products that includes individual quick frozen cheese (IQF), liquid cheeses and sauces, dairy powder solutions, inclusion cheeses from the speciality range plus a small range of dessert ideas.
Gill Thomas, director of sales for Adams Foodservice, said: “Adams Foods as a business is committed to driving category growth through fresh thinking and ground-breaking innovation and believes that the same care and attention should be available for all foodservice customers across the UK.
“We created our foodservice division to ensure the delivery of a dedicated team with a comprehensive understanding of the diverse and ever-changing foodservice market place and, thanks to a strong network of distribution partners, we are able to deliver solutions big or small to any outlet across the UK.”
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