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SEASONAL SOLUTIONS FROM BEYOND THE BEAN…


As the seasons begin to change, so does your menu and this is where Beyond the Bean steps in to offer everything operators need to make this year’s transition a smooth one. From new products to pre-packed product boxes; Beyond the Bean says it has got it covered.


Zuma has introduced two new flavours to its Toppings & Treats range with Ginger Truffle and Fudge Crumb. Giving operators the option to choose from either the classically rich and soft Fudge Crumb, that pairs perfectly with hot chocolate drinks, or, the new mini chunks of Ginger Truffle that give a warming ginger kick to both hot & cold drinks. We recommend adding them in first to find as a tasty surprise! As well as two new toppings Zuma takes care of all chocolate needs with the new Chocolate Box.


Sweetbird has launched a new Seasonal Syrup selection boxes to carry operators through autumn


The box is packed with two Zuma Hot Chocolates; White and 100% Fairtrade Dark, as well as a bunch of ways to personalise them. A bottle of each Sweetbird syrup flavour, Gingerbread and Cherry, is included, a tub of each of Zuma’s new toppings, plus a bag of mini marshmallows. The Zuma Chocolate Box is available from from October 1. Sweetbird has prepared another of his Seasonal Syrup Selection Boxes that can also carry operators through the Autumn change, helping to swap menus from icey to toasty drinks. There are two one-litre bottles of Toasted Marshmallow, Pumpkin Spice and Toffee Apple. And once the seasons have shifted deeper into the Winter months, Sweetbird has a Winter box to offer too, this time packing up two of each flavour; Salted Caramel, Orange and Cinnamon syrups. Both boxes come with heaps of new point of sale materials, including table talkers and counter cards, so businesses can be sure the new drinks won’t go unnoticed. There are also syrup pumps and hot chocolate scoops that help to control portion sizes and a recipe card so staff will


know how to make drinks. To round up Beyond The Bean’s autumn/winter update


there are three new additions to the BTB Gear range too. Operators can bring a little cheer to customers and business with the new limited edition double walled festive cups. This year’s festive cups feature a Winter Wonderland themed illustration, which is all-encompassing of the colder season, suitable for use throughout all of winter. The festive cups are available to order from October 17 and come in cases of 1000.


The festive cups join the company’s other new addition to the cup range, ripple cups. Available now in Olive 12oz or Charcoal 8oz, the cups are packed in 500 cups per case and are decorated with an exclusive illustration. Made using paperboard from sustainable forests, the ripple design means drinks are kept hotter for longer but give hands a pleasant warming touch, so no extra sleeves are needed. For cups that aren’t double walled, Beyond the Bean has new Masquerade Coffee Clutches, helping to create a unique and entertaining touch to customer’s drinks by offering six designs that can be easily slipped over any 12oz or 16oz single walled cup. All customers need to prepare them is scissors to cut out the design and elastic or ribbon to fasten over the head. Or, you can staple them to a straw, which are usually on hand in most cafés, for an authentic masquerade experience. All clutches are 100% recyclable, come in mixed cases of 1000 and are available to order now. So to get started with any of the Beyond the Bean’s new autumn/winter range or for more information on any of the product ranges mentioned, just speak to a local distributor or give one of the team a call.


More information: Beyond the Bean +44 (0)117 9533522 www.beyondthebean.com


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