Supplier press release: Quality British turkey perfect for roast dinner day

01 October 2012
Supplier press release: Quality British turkey perfect for roast dinner day

School caterers taking part in the third Food for Life Partnership Roast Dinner Day on Wednesday 14th November can lean on Bernard Matthews' Big Green Tick range of quality British turkey products for traditional roasts, as part of their Catering Mark menus.

The Big Green Tick range of turkey products for roasts is perfect for schools taking part in Roast Dinner Day with each product being made from fully traceable, farm assured quality British turkey from raw, ready to roast boneless breast saddle and single breast lobe to new improved Cooked Sliced Turkey Breast in Stock.

"According to Asda, the traditional British roast has knocked curry from the top spot to become the nation's favourite dish1, which means there is an increased desire for a traditional roast dinner on any menu," said Duncan Marsh, general manager for Bernard Matthews Foodservice. "Our new improved format Cooked Sliced Turkey Breast in Stock is a welcome sight on children's plates. Offering great portion control and plate fill each whole muscle slice is full of flavour whilst being naturally low in saturated fat.

Cooked Sliced Turkey Breast in Stock is available in 5 x 1kg packs with 20 slices per pack.

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For more information on the Big Green Tick range of products, visit or call 0845 519 4097.

This press release was provided by Bernard Matthews Foodservice supplier profile: Bernard Matthews Foodservice

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