New product launches for September 2023

19 September 2023 by

Find out the latest product launches in the world of food, drink and hospitality kit for September 2023

The weather is heating up and so are the product launches this month! Get ready for an autumn of added footfall with the best and brightest in new food, drink and equipment launches.

Find out the latest product launches for September 2023 below.

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New food products for September 2023

Mission Foods Sourdough Pitta and Greek Style Flatbread

Mission Foods has launched a Sourdough Pitta and Greek Style Flatbread. The pitta is ideal for both eat-in and takeaway options, while the flatbread can be enjoyed open, topped with either sweet or savoury ingredients. They can also be cut into pieces, toasted and served alongside dips.

Price: 24 packs of five sourdough pittas, £38.99; 30 packs of five Greek flatbreads, £42.99


Central Foods gluten-free and vegan Asian-style prawns

Frozen food distributor Central Foods has launched gluten-free and vegan Asian-style prawns for foodservice. The product comes in three different varieties: the torpedo, a filo-wrapped vegan prawn; the breaded, a crumbed vegan prawn; and the bubble, a battered vegan prawn.

Price: 28p per piece


Middleton fine gravy granules

Middleton's new fine gravy granules dissolve quickly in water, saving time in the kitchen. The gravy is allergen free and certified as gluten-free by Coeliac UK.

Price: 3kg tub, £13


Central Foods tomato, goat's cheese and basil tart

Central Foods has launched a new tomato, goats' cheese and basil tart to its range, and has reformulated its Mediterranean vegetable tart to include chunky tomato, aubergine, courgette and mixed pepper on a bed of tomato sauce.

Price: Goat's cheese tart, £1.89; Mediterranean vegetable tart, £1.69


Baker & Baker Cocoa Orange Boomie

European bakery products manufacturer Baker & Baker has launched the Cocoa Orange Boomie. The doughnut has a dark, creamy cocoa filling, covered in orange flavoured icing and decorated with dark cocoa. Thaw for 90 minutes at room temperature and serve. After thawing, the product doesn't need to be refrigerated and will be fresh and soft for up to three days.

Price: Box of 48 doughnuts, £28.27


Shicken Tikka Kebab Skewers

Frozen food distributor Central Foods has introduced meat-free tikka kebab skewers to its plant-based products. The Shicken Tikka Kebab Skewers have meat-free chicken-style pieces in a medium-spiced vegan tikka marinade, threaded onto biodegradable bamboo skewers.

Price: 80g kebab, £1.25. Minimum order of 20 kebabs


Fatso dark chocolate bars


Fatso has launched its dark chocolate bars in a 40g travel-sized format in three flavours: Home Run, Nan's Stash and Kings Ransom.

Price: From £1.75 per bar (minimumorder of 27 units in a mixed case)


Pidy frozen babas

Pidy has expanded its frozen dessert range to include frozen babas. The babas come in original, mini or square varieties, and are pre-soaked with rum and ready to serve, with a non-alcoholic option in a vanilla syrup.

Price: From £1 each. Available in packs of 48


New drinks for September 2023

Ueshima Coffee Company Fairtrade decaffeinated coffee

Japanese coffee brand Ueshima Coffee Company has launched a new Fairtrade decaffeinated coffee and three new speciality coffee beans sourced from Kenya and Mexico through NKG Bloom, an initiative aimed to improve the livelihoods of coffee-farming families.

Price: Case of six 200g packs, £22.78


Lanchester Wines London Cru

Lanchester Wines has launched London Cru wines to the UK market. The range, which includes Chardonnay, Pinot Gris Sparkling Rosé, and its flagship Pinot Noir are made in a winery in south-west London from grapes grown in West Sussex.

Price: From £16.75 per bottle


Wild Steps organic Malbec

Wild Steps has launched its organic Malbec in a can. With notes of cherry and plum, the canned wine (13% ABV) is suitable for outdoor bars and festivals. Every can sold helps charity partners including the Woodland Trust and the British Beekeepers Association.

Price: Case of 12 250ml cans, £29.61


Fr'um rum

The Hand & Flowers' bar manager Andrew Peart has launched his own rum brand, Fr'um, to showcase his Caribbean heritage. The rum can be enjoyed neat on the rocks, paired with a ginger ale or added to a rum cocktail.

Price: £36 per bottle


Everflyht Rosé de Saignée 2020


English sparkling wine producer Everflyht has released its Rosé de Saignée 2020. The 12% ABV wine is a blend of Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier grapes from its single-estate vineyard in Ditchling, East Sussex.

Price: £25 per bottle


New equipment for September 2023

Cambro CamShelving universal storage rack

FEM has introduced the Cambro CamShelving universal storage rack. Individual storage sections can be created with rail panels to hold pans, trays and boxes, with small gaps turned into easy-access vertical storage. The racks are built to withstand temperatures of -40°C to 176°C and can hold up to 13.6kg.

Price: From £98.10


Roband's Robatherm units

Metcalfe has introduced Robatherm units from Roband. The powder-coated stainless-steel urns can be set to variable or pre-set temperature control. Variable mode will suit users who require warm or boiling water, while pre-set will fix the temperature at 95ºC. An accessory for the urns enables them to be operated without the operator needing to touch the dispenser.

Price: 10 litres, £265; 20 litres, £295; 30 litres, £325


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