Milder taste makes pies popular


Posted on July 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Freshbake Foods says milder tasting fillings and neat 92g size make Baughans Mini Savoury Pies ideal for elderly people in healthcare and welfare applications such as meals-on-wheels and care homes. The pies, which are baked from frozen in about 20 minutes, are also said to suit young people and others with smaller appetites in various institutional and commercial catering applications. Three varieties are available: – Chicken – Minced beef and onion – Vegetable and cheese (suitable for vegetarians). “For all generations, the traditional pie continues to hold its own as a tasty, filling meal or snack suited to a wide range of menus,” said Freshbake Foods foodservice director Paul Burkitt. Baughans Mini Savoury Pies feature puff pastry formulated for a light, crispy bake and are pre-glazed for bake-off convenience. Pies are packed in 48s and priced from around £16.00 per pack. The pies are part of the recently relaunched Baughans foodservice range, made at Freshbake Foods¹ Salford plant. Tel: 0161 868 6847





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