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Crantock Bakery, best known for producing bake-off pasties hand-crimped in the traditional Cornish style, has launched a new style of pasty in response to customer demand. The Crantock Armadillo, like all pasties created by the company, is deep-filled with fresh ingredients encased in shortcrust pastry. However, instead of being crimped along the side, as is traditional with Cornish pasties, it is top-crimped (which is easier to do), resembling the armour-like shell of an armadillo. Available in two versions, The Crantock Armadillo is filled with either the traditional Cornish filling of steak, potatoes, onion and swede, or with vegetarian cheese and onion.

More information: Crantock Bakery T: 01726 861120 or W:

There's a Sistema box to store every type of food


Concerned about wastage of foodstuffs? The Sistema KLIP IT range comes in every shape and size imaginable to keep a wide range of foods fresh for longer. Made in New Zealand, each box has a rubberised seal making sure nothing can escape. Sizes range from 200ml to 7 litres and shapes include rectangular and round. There is also a bakery and utility range. All Sistema products are manufactured using 100% lead free virgin materials. They are also BPA free and microwave, dishwasher and freezer safe. Sistema trade prices range from £0.77 to £13.63.

More information: Sistema T: 01932 580600 W:


Maxabel International has unveiled its new website, which was constructed with the aid of Verto ( to ensure the design, navigation and content of the site are all cutting- edge. Maxabel International is privately owned by Allert Elema; the business has successfully grown over the last 10 years to become a major worldwide branded disposable paper cup and

disposable catering products supplier both in the UK and worldwide. The new website aims to help you "Stand out from the crowd" - log on to see how!

More information: Maxabel International T: 01344 876588 W:

Top-crimped pasty offers good value for money



Tiger Demi Baguette from Delice de France is now available to Irish cafés

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Cuisine de France Foodservices Ireland is re- branding its operation as Delice de France in a move that will see some 300-plus new products available to the Irish foodservice market. Driven by the success of the Delice de France brand in the UK, the Irish offer will provide a new range of products but

with the same superior standard of fresh quality that has always been delivered by Cuisine de France Foodservices, promises the company. The Delice de France Ireland launch is being supported by a new brochure, a customer roadshow and new website dedicated to foodservice operators and owners (see below).

More information: Delice de France T: 0844 499 3311 W:

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