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Bestway spotlights choice with new Product Guide
Bestway Wholesale is spotlighting seasonal menu options in its newly launched Catering and Foodservice Product Guide, illustrating the extensive range available to the company’s catering customers.
With a clear focus on Spring and Summer, the new edition of the guide is packed with seasonal food and drink products including barbecue meats, salads, sauces and drinks.
The 100-page guide lists both branded and exclusive products. The easy-to-find colour coded sections cover all key catering categories, including Fresh Meat & Vegetables, Chilled & Dairy, Frozen Foods, Ambient Goods, Soft & Alcoholic Drinks and Catering Supplies.
Ron Hickey, sales director for Catering and Foodservice at Bestway Wholesale says: “Bestway Wholesale prides itself on offering a complete solution for our foodservice and catering customers. The launch of this new core range product guide not only provides customers with the full catering offer available through Bestway Wholesale, but also demonstrates our commitment to our ever-growing catering customer base.
“Customers now have access to our comprehensive range of own-label and branded product lines in one place, to help them plan. We want to simplify the decision-making and ordering process for customers and with this new essential guide, in conjunction with the value added services we offer such as free nationwide delivery, credit accounts and no credit card fees, I am convinced that no-one is doing more to help those in the catering sector develop their businesses.”
The Bestway Batleys Catering Product Guide is available from local sales managers, from Bestway or Batleys depots, and by calling the Bestway telesales line on 01738 646 666.
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