A look at the latest food, drink and equipment to hit the market.
Belgian-based, ready-to-fill pastry manufacturer Pidy has expanded its Technipat frozen sponge sheet range with a new raspberry flavour. The sponge sheets are suitable for a range of applications, from layered cakes through to individual desserts or a classic opera cake with a raspberry twist. The frozen sheets have a shelf life of 12 months but can be defrosted in minutes.
Price £5 per sheet plus VAT
Price £9.75 per kg
Salcombe Brewery Co has launched a limited-edition yuletide ale, Christmas Tide, available for the first time in bottles and gift packs, as well as bag-in-boxes and on draught. Christmas Tide (ABV 4.9%) is a malt-driven beer with chocolate and wheat to add warmth and body.
Price £64.68 for 36 pints or £19 for 8x500ml bottles
Utopia Tableware has launched its new autumn collection, which includes Eclipse tableware, featuring a cool metallic sheen, the Gold Standard range of barware accessories (pictured), and Shoreditch, a fashionably short-stemmed suite of glassware.
Price Eclipse, from £13.50; Shoreditch, from £4.10; and Gold Standard, from £2.90
Cream & Country has launched a new range of ice-creams embracing the best of British ingredients, including rhubarb and ginger; sparkling wine and elderflower; and cream tea.
Price £20.40 for 24x120ml tubs
Suffolk brewers Adnams' Triple Malt Longshore Vodka is described as smooth, rich and refreshingly crisp. Its Copper House Gin is distilled with six carefully chosen botanicals with distinctive aromas of citrus, juniper and a hint of anise, and was winner of the International Wine & Spirit Competition 2013 World's Best Gin.
Price from £26.99
Ginger Beer by Supermalt is made using real ginger extract and a delicate hint of lemongrass for a refreshing drink with a fiery kick. The new beverage is available in both an original and a zero-sugar variant and comes in a choice of 330ml glass bottles or cans.
Price £1.19 per bottle
The Pished Fish company has paired salmon's nutritional credentials (omega-3 fatty acids, potassium and B vitamins) with alcohol and botanicals to a create a smoked salmon with a difference. Scottish salmon from supplier Loch Duart is used to make Dark & Stormy (rum, ginger, lime and agave nectar) and Erik the Red (aquavit, juniper, star anise and beetroot), as well as a non-alcoholic juniper and cherry-infused version.
Price £6.95 per 100g
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