Our range of sauces and condiments include salt and
pepper, herbs and spices, preserves, pickles and chutneys,
pastes and mustards, sauces, vinegar, oils and stocks! Here are
some of our key suppliers...
Essential Cuisine Stock - stocks are one
of the cornerstones of a good kitchen. They are a key ingredient in
your recipe, the heart and soul, delivering depth and balance of
flavour in the final dish. So make sure your stock delivers on
Essential Cuisine Premier Jus- premier Jus
gives you the quality of a traditional 5 star jus in minutes, so
you need never run out.
Essential Cuisine Demi Glace -demi-glace
mixes offer exceptional quality and value and are the perfect base
for all your stews, gravies and braises. Perfect for
Essential Cuisine No1 Gravy - the
gravy you use may make or break the meal experience. But it
typically represents just 2% of the ingredient cost of a carvery
meal. So always use the best tasting gravy you can (No1) - it will
pay you to do so.
Essential Cuisine Glaces - A full range of
the finest reductions - use for stocks, jus, glazes, drizzles and
Arran Fine Foods is located in the picturesque
village of Lamlash on the east coast of the Isle of Arran. Today,
around 20 employees make a selection of delicious chutney, mustard,
preserves and salad dressings. The Arran range has scooped 12
prestigious Great Taste Awards since 2002, including a Gold 1 Star
Award at the 2008 Great Taste Awards for our Matured Apple &
Arran Ale Chutney and a 2004 Scottish Speciality Award for Arran
Smooth Honey Mustard.
They buy and
support Scottish and British farmers and are extremely proud of
their Dumfries and Galloway's farming family heritage.
Their Perfyit Piccalili won
FOODSERVICE PRODUCT OF THE YEAR at the Scottish
Food and Drink Excellence Awards 2016!
Maldon Sea Salt has been harvested from the sea
since 1882. There was something special about this salt from the
beginning: sold in Harrods and Fortnums within a few years, first
exported (to Sweden, land of salt connoisseurs) in the middle of
the last century, recommended by St Delia in 2000, and granted the
Royal Warrant on its 130th birthday in 2012. Where once there were
three salt pans at Maldon Salt, now there are 19. The company has
not only survived - unique among its local competitors - it