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Speciality Breads Launches New Sesame Seed-topped Brioche Roll

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Speciality Breads Launches New Sesame Seed-topped Brioche Roll

Speciality Breads Launches New Sesame Seed-topped Brioche Roll
January 18
13:04 2016

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Artisan bakers, Speciality Breads, have kicked off a busy new-product development programme with the launch of their new Glazed Sesame Seed-topped Brioche Roll.

As their brand-new £3m bakery gets up and running, the Red Tractor-certified firm has announced the availability of the new roll (pictured above) to offer a premium point of difference for Scotland’s foodservice operators.

Speciality Breads’ Managing Director, Peter Millen, said: ‘The perfect partner for a gourmet burger and equally as good with something more refined such as crayfish, our unique Glazed Sesame Seed-topped Brioche Rolls are made with the finest ingredients and are available from a variety of wholesalers throughout the country.’

Speciality Breads’ Glazed Sesame Seed-topped Brioche Roll is made using:

  • British butter
  • Free range eggs
  • Red Tractor-certified flour

The 90g rolls come sliced in boxes of 48 and  are available in Scotland through BFP, Campbell Prime Meats, CQS, Dunns Foods, Food Options, Fortieth Foodservice, JB Foodservice, King Food, Lomond Foods, McLays and Rizza’s of Huntly.

Established in 1996 in Margate, Speciality Breads provides an ever-growing artisan selection of over 100 freshly-frozen breads, hand-made by the company’s master bakers. Visit to find out how they can help your business offer quality baked products.

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