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BB Foodservice launches gluten-free Supercrunch Chips range
BB Foodservice – the delivered foodservice arm of award-winning Bestway Wholesale, the UK's largest independent wholesaler – has launched a new range of premium chips
The Supercrunch Chips range is a premium extension to the company’s standard offering of Essentially Catering Chips. The potato starch coating, rather than wheatflour used in many chips, not only means Supercrunch Chips are 100% gluten free but also hold the heat and stay crispy for longer. What’s more, the chips cook in just four minutes.
Steve Carter, Director of Trading for Bestway Wholesale fresh, frozen and catering, said: “As a mainstay of the UK’s food culture, customers expect quality chips wherever they are, whatever they’re paying. We believe we’ve created an accessible option for quick service caterers to trade up and offer a more premium product with excellent margin potential alongside improved quality and taste. Our Essentially Catering Supercrunch Chips stay hot and crispy for longer and are all gluten free.”
The new range includes:
- Supercrunch Straight Cut – Super crispy thin cut fries
- Supercrunch Chunky – A great take on the classic chunky chip, triple-cooked to give a crisp yet fluffy texture
- And Supercrunch Skin-on – thin-cut chips with the skin left on for that rustic feel.
Essentially Catering is Bestway Wholesale’s own label catering range that offers caterers great value on over 300 ambient, chilled, fresh, frozen and professional cleaning products.
The new range can be ordered for delivery online via www.bbfoodservice.co.uk or the BB foodservice app. It is also available in all Bestway and Batleys depots or by phoning the Contact Centre on 01738 646666.
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