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Sainsbury’s Success for Barenaked Foods

Barenaked Sainsbury's_SMLow carb, gluten-free pasta specialists Barenaked Foods have now signed a deal with Sainsbury’s to sell their unique range of noodles.

Barenaked Noodles shot to popularity in 2013 following a dramatic pitch on the BBC show “Dragons’ Den” from Barenaked Foods’ Managing Director that secured a £60,000 investment from entrepreneur Peter Jones as business partner.

Barenaked Noodles are made using the Asian-grown Konjac root; a miracle plant low in carbohydrates, sugar and calories. Containing only 8 calories per 100g, they can be used as a replacement in meals for carbohydrates such as pasta and spaghetti.

Now landing his third major supermarket deal, Managing Director Ross Mendham first developed the product in 2011 whilst looking for an answer to his own weight loss and dietary needs.

Ross said, “We’re delighted that Sainsbury’s are stocking our original low carb, gluten free noodles. We’re enormously proud to be able to supply our foods to a wide range of consumers because they’re suitable for so many people – and that includes those on restricted diets, with health issues, have fitness and training demands or are just looking to balance their meals.

Sainsbury’s buyer Lucy McCarthy said, “We recognise the increasing demand for low carb, gluten-free alternatives to popular products and are always looking for ways to offer our customers interesting new products, so we’re excited to introduce Barenaked Noodles into the Sainsbury’s Oriental range.”

Barenaked Noodles will be on sale in 380 Sainsbury’s stores from Wednesday 18th November 2015. For more information and tasty recipe ideas for Barenaked Noodles, visit the website at www.barenakedfoods.co.uk

Barenaked Foods celebrate Waitrose deal

BNF Waitrose-8_SMLow carb, gluten-free pasta specialists Barenaked Foods have signed a deal with Waitrose, the food retail division of the John Lewis Partnership, to sell their range of noodles and rice.

Barenaked Noodles shot to popularity in 2013 following a dramatic pitch on the BBC show “Dragons’ Den” from Barenaked Foods’ Managing Director that secured a £60,000 investment from entrepreneur Peter Jones as business partner.

Barenaked Noodles and Rice are made using the Asian-grown Konjac plant; a miracle plant low in carbohydrates, sugar and calories. Containing only 8 calories per 100g, they can be used as a replacement in meals for carbohydrates such as pasta, spaghetti and standard rice.

Now landing his second major supermarket deal, Managing Director Ross Mendham first developed the product in 2011 whilst looking for an answer to his own weight loss and dietary needs.

Ross said, ”We’re delighted that Waitrose are stocking our original low carb, gluten free noodles and rice. We’ve experienced enormous interest in our range of Barenakedfoods and we’re proud to be able to supply them to a wide range of consumers. Our products really are for everyone – including those with restricted diets, health issues, fitness and training demands or people simply looking for a well-balanced meal plan.”

Waitrose buyer Chloe Graves said “We love working with innovative, smaller suppliers like Barenaked who are endlessly passionate about what they do. Free from products are growing in popularity at Waitrose at a fast pace, so we’re excited for our customers to try these new additions.”

Barenaked Noodles and Rice will be on sale in selected Waitrose stores from Monday 31st August 2015. For more information and tasty recipe ideas for Bare Naked Noodles and Rice, visit the website at www.barenakedfoods.co.uk

A New Temptation!

pimms weddingTricycle Temptations is a Norfolk-based company specialising in providing classic style tricycles for your special event.  Not only do the carts look amazing, they dispense a wide range of delicious beverages! The flagship tricycle serves refreshing, ice-cold Pimm’s with all the trimmings while the rest of the fleet can provide ice cream, champagne, strawberries & cream, hot dogs, crepes and more!

Paul and Jaclyn offer a professional, flexible service enabling clients to select their beverages and have them served by uniformed staff. The traditional style of the tricycles makes them a fantastic talking point at weddings, parties and corporate events. 1,000 servings can be achieved from each tricycle and with several in the fleet, Tricycle Temptations can cater for events of all sizes. Keep your guests refreshed all day or welcome them to your special event in style – the choice is yours!

For more information and how to book your very own Tricycle Temptation, visit www.tricycletemptations.co.uk

Say hello to our nutritious new client, Barenakedfoods!

Barenakedfoods was founded in 2011 by Ross Mendham, who after years of dieting and worrying about the food he was eating, decided enough was enough. He thought there must be a low-fat, low carbohydrate version of the food that he craved and loved. After hours of trawling through the internet, searching supermarkets and health food shops with no success, he decided that he would make these foods available to people like himself.

Based in Norfolk, Barenakedfoods is the UK’s first and original supplier of low-carb, low-fat pasta. Ross’ team are passionate about quality food and strive to supply their alternative range of delicious products for people who’re looking for a healthy way to lose weight or have a specific dietary requirement.

Barenakedfoods also provide diet plans & health tips to help support their customers and have gained some cracking reviews to prove just how tasty their products are! Shipping is available worldwide and their online shop accepts credit cards and PayPal.  The Barenaked range includes Low Carb Pasta, Protein Noodles, Gluten Free Sauces, Shirataki Noodles & Konjac Noodles.

We’re delighted to be working with such an innovative team with a genuine desire to support people who need help with their diet.

Find out more at www.barenakedfoods.co.uk

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