A look at the latest food, drink and equipment to hit the market.
Sipful (pictured above) offers a range of canned alcoholic drinks made from organic wine and fruit. The brand states it is ‘zero-manipulation', meaning no additives or preservatives are involved in the creation of the products. Varieties include Orange Mimosa, Blood Orange Mimosa, Bellini and Organic Bubbles, a sparkling wine.
Price From £1.40 per 250ml can
Italian brand Pinti Inox has expanded its Ready to Use & Reuse range, which offers an alternative to disposable cutlery. The pre-sanitised set of 18/0 stainless-steel cutlery is supplied in a paper bag with a napkin.
Price From £0.38 per set
Jestic Foodservice Solutions has extended its range of Malibu soft ice-cream machines with the Icetro CT 211, which is capable of producing 20 consecutive cones and an output of 27kg of ice-cream an hour.
Hoshizaki has expanded its Gram Standard Plus refrigeration and freezer range with three double-door models, offering increased storage capacity and extended HACCP monitoring features.
Price From £3,975 for the Standard PLUS K 139 FFG C1 6N Refrigerator
La Cimbali has added the S15 fully automatic and compact entry-level model to its range of coffee machines. The S15 is capable of producing up to 150 beverages a day, while features include the Smartboiler for optimum boiler performance and an integral WiFi telemetry system, which allows remote monitoring of machine performance.
Tuscan Tree is a premium, non-alcoholic drink infused with blood orange juice, flavours of Italian sparkling wine and a blend of botanical distillates including cardamom, pimento, cinnamon bark, rhubarb and orange peel.
Price £39 for a case of six 70cl bottles
Gluten-, sugar- and grain-free bakery brand No Guilt Bakes offers a range of cakes, and mixes for breads, pancakes and waffles. Cake bars come in flavours including Choc Hazel, Lemon Coconut, Raspberry Swirl and Cinnamon Swirl.
Price £1.59 per 40g cake pack
Wildpress partners with sustainable orchards to create a range of juices from heritage apple varieties. The first presses include Rebel Harvest, a crisp and sharp juice made from heritage varieties from Lincolnshire, and the Crab from Kent, a blend of crab apples and Ashmead's Kernel from Kent orchards.
Price Between £4.50 and £6.50 for a 750ml bottle
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