Category Archives: Sprciality Food News

Interesting Cheeses, Speciality Food Magazine

  Interesting Cheeses Cheddar 2kg Vintage Organic Cheddar in Gift Box Find Out More Soft & Semi Soft Cheese Martins&Rebello Premium Edition (Goat | Sheep | Blend of Cow and Sheep) Find Out More British Territorials Joseph Heler Gloucester cheese Find Out More Godminster Celebration Cake Find Out More Seven Sisters  Soft & Semi Soft… Read More »

John Bensalhia investigates the rise in the popularity of the coffee shop. (Speciality Food)

Rise in the popularity of the coffee shop. By John Bensalhia Throughout history, the coffee shop has grown in stature. From the first coffee house in Damascus in 1530, coffee’s first appearances outside of the Ottoman Empire led to the burgeoning growth in Europe in the 17th century. By the mid-1600s, coffee houses had debuted in… Read More »

The biggest collection of independent products available to the fine food industry

  Browse through our library of 1000’s of products The biggest collection of independent products available to the fine food industry  Click here This is a sample of the information, a useful reference for thinking Caterers. Store Cupboard & Kitchen Essentials Pelagonia Roasted Red Peppers Naturally sweet whole roasted red peppers perfect for salads and… Read More »

Speciality Food Magazine, Product Finder, London Cheese Month.

  Speciality Food Magazine Speciality Food‘s Product Finder is an online interactive catalogue which allows buyers from independent retailers to browse thousands of products for their shops, all on one convenient, easy-to-navigate platform. A one-stop shop for stocking suggestions On Product Finder, buyers can be inspired by new lines of fine food and drink and… Read More »

TREND WATCH: Plant power from Speciality Food

 Follow us @specialityfood Plant power from Speciality Food An interesting article, it would appear that the a lot of people are moving towards being vegetarians for a number of reasons, health, slaughtering animals, fitness, the list is nearly endless. Having been taken round a large Abattoir some years ago I was appalled at the cries… Read More »