New products: Jägermeister Manifest, New London Light non-alcoholic spirit, Pujadas barbecues and more
A look at the latest food, drink and equipment to hit the market.
Jägermeister has released Manifest, a spirit that shares the same base as Jägermeister but has been matured in oak casks for 15 months and then macerated with 56 herbs and spices.
Price £32-£35 for a 1-litre bottle
De Buyer has launched Choc Intense, a non-stick frying pan range made from forged aluminium that works on all heat sources, including induction. The pans are made in France and have an ultra-thick, non-stick coating, inside and out.
Price From £54.50
Jestic has expanded its Venixlife range with the O3 box, a compact ozone sanitisation cabinet with adjustable shelves.
Price From £2,042 for the I version, to £3,526 for the G version
Lakeland Dairies Foodservice has released a no-added-sugar version of its Viva flavoured milks, available in strawberry, creamy banana and chocolate flavours. Made with semi-skimmed milk, the drinks are low in fat and suitable for vegetarians. The packaging is 100% recyclable and each carton is supplied with a paper straw.
Price From £9.39 for a case of 27 cartons
Baker Street has launched a pack of six seeded jumbo burger buns for caterers. The quick-serve, pre-sliced ambient 5-inch buns come with a 42-day guaranteed minimum life from delivery to depot.
Price From £4.99 per pack of six
New London Light (NLL) from Salcombe Gin is a non-alcoholic spirit developed by master distiller Jason Nickels. NLL contains Macedonian juniper berries, ginger and habenero capsicum, along with 15 botanicals, delivering hints of orange and sage.
Price From £27.50 for a 70cl bottle
FEM is supplying a range of professional charcoal barbecues and ovens from Pujadas. The M45 is a compact unit capable of cooking up to 50kg of food an hour, with a removable ashtray and cooking grate for easy cleaning, while the portable Tindaya barbecue produces 25kg of food per hour.
Price From £3,040 for the M45
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