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Mexican 3-step giveaway from Discovery

24 March 2011 by

Mexican 3-step is a new concept from Discovery Foods designed to help caterers tap into the growing trends for Mexican cuisine and fast-casual dining.

The Mexican category is now worth about £139.2m, while the fast-casual sector is growing by 9.8% year-on-year.

Time and money pressures mean that 41% of customers are now spending less on eating out than they did six months ago and increasing numbers are opting for website vouchers, price promotions and fast dining.

Mexican 3-step provides a 30-minute, quick-serve response to these two trends based on 11 products and 12 recipes and Discovery is giving away one kit (worth £100) of all the dry ingredients needed to make up the concept to a lucky Caterer reader.

It comprises a choice of bases (Discovery tortillas, taco shells and mini taco trays), fillings (Santa Maria Fajita Seasoning and Chipotle Paste) and toppings, such as Santa Maria Guacomole, Salas, Soured Cream, Mexican Salsa, Green Sliced Jalapenos and Premium Guacomole.

mexican3step@wildcard.co.uk.

For more information about Discovery Foods, call 0800 018 0002 or visit www.discoveryfoods.co.uk

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