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Best-of-British Wrap Competition
To coincide with British Sandwich Week (16-21 May), Mission Foods, the world’s largest flatbread producer, has launched a new foodservice website dedicated to the out-of-home market. To celebrate its launch, the company is challenging caterers to enter its ‘Best-of-British’ wrap competition to win £250 of high street shopping vouchers.
All entrants have to do is log on to the new Mission Foodservice website and submit their favourite wrap recipe that represents the best of British ingredients.
Fraser Chynoweth, head of Foodservice UK and Ireland comments: “The new website is more than just a shop front. We have developed it to be an interactive forum where caterers can ask questions, make recommendations and submit material while also being able to get the latest insight from industry experts. Our video collections will be launching shortly and we expect it to become a real centrepiece. The site also contains a wealth of tips and advice on how operators can make the best use of our authentic products to add value to their business.”
The site also contains an insight section, where Mission will be hosting videos from renowned chefs, demonstrating how easy it is to create menus with a distinct point of difference using Mission products.
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