With Halloween over for another year, it’s time for retailers to dial up Christmas including our independent, convenience and fine food store customers. Behind the shop floor, stock planning and ordering for seasonal events in the year ahead such as Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day and Easter is also well underway.
Country Puddings has a range of products which regularly appear in our best seller lists and Christmas is set to be no different! With the combination of the demand for puddings and custards at this time of year and a fantastic festive range.
Bread & Jam is an annual 2 day conference and bootcamp for emerging and scaling food and drink brands, bringing together food and drink founders and innovators, investors, media and industry leaders. Amongst the speakers is Paul Hargreaves, who will also be judging the New Producer Awards.
Calling all retailers: Be sure to visit the Cotswold Fayre Pavilion, complete with 48 partner suppliers.
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One of the most talked about drinks brands of the last twelve months, No More Teabags became a viral sensation when it launched, with global media fascinated by what ‘tea in can’ was and why it existed.
As I write this week’s thoughts I am simultaneously preparing for the Cotswold Fayre New Supplier’s Conference tomorrow. This annual event is when we spend a day with our January launch suppliers and allow them to get to know us, our company and culture.
I had to pretend to be a chef for the evening last Friday Night. Last June, rashly I had offered into an Auction of Promises for a fund-raising event for our orphanage in Kenya a “Restaurant Quality Meal for 6 Cooked at your Home”. The bidding had gone up to £150, so the pressure was on to come up with something good, so in an attempt to be hyper-organised I had started preparation on Thursday evening for the event on Friday.