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added as a pizza topping or served in a tasty tomato sauce. They’re both made with seasoned textured soya protein and are low in saturated fat, high in protein, low in sugar, a source of fibre and with salt levels below the PHE 2024 targets so offer a healthier alternative to standard fast food fare.


“Pizza tops the list of delivered food items, according to the NPD Group, so if you’d like to make your own, why not consider our recently launched ‘artisan style’ nudies vegan and gluten-free pizza bases from the White Rabbit Pizza Company – they’re delicious for everyone, not just free-from diners, and can be topped with all sorts of flavours, sweet or savoury,” suggests Gordon Lauder.


When it comes to serving perfect puddings and delightful desserts for delivery, the Central Foods range of sweet treats is superb! With a selection of hand-finished gluten-free Menuserve meringue roulades to suit all tastes, there’s bound to be something to tempt customers looking to indulge.


Meanwhile, the gluten-free and vegan Menuserve New York style dessert and the Menuserve chocolate and cherry dessert are so delicious they’ll go down well with all diners, not just those with dietary requirements. Or how about the quirky but delicious creamy Menuserve pumpkin dessert for a real showstopper? The desserts are pre-cut so each slice defrosts quickly…making them the go-to, hassle-free option to pop in a box for your delivery customers.


Visit www.centralfoods.co.uk for delivery menu inspiration


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