Porridge-maker secures airline listing

By James Ridler contact

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Kitchen Garden Foods has landed a supply deal with Eurowings Airline
Kitchen Garden Foods has landed a supply deal with Eurowings Airline
Gloucestershire-based Kitchen Garden Foods has secured a deal to supply a German airline with its Wolfy’s Porridge.

Eurowings – part of the Lufthansa group – has listed the producer’s Honey & Nut Porridge onboard its flights, set to reach up to 80 destinations served by the airline.

Commercial director and joint owner of Kitchen Garden Foods James Horwood (pictured right) said: “I am over the moon with our listing with Eurowings. We’ve tried for a long time to be listed with a major airline and come close on many occasions. In January we saw that happen as they took their first order.

‘Best-selling lines’

“They really enjoyed the product in trials, and with the concept of the little pot of honey inside, it’s no surprise they opted for Honey & Nut porridge, which is one of our best-selling lines and a multi award-winner. I’m delighted that Eurowings customers can now enjoy our unique porridge”

Founded in 1989, Kitchen Garden now employs about 20 staff at its site in Salmon Springs, Gloucestershire, supplying more than 500 outlets across the UK and overseas. All of its products are made by hand, in small batches, using only natural ingredients.

The listing follows the launch of Kitchen Garden’s vegan range of Wolfy’s Porridge, available in Rhubarb & Ginger, Lemon & Poppy Seed and Strawberries & Cream variants, among other flavours.

Meanwhile, Scottish producer Macsween has exported £25,000-worth of haggis to Canada this January,​as Scots around the world geared up to celebrate Burns Night.

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Posted by Russell Livingstone,

Porridge is Scottish you have a cheek is it not enough to be distilling whiskey!!!!you have a cheek

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