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NPD team 'tantalises Santa's tastebuds'

16 April 2010

The new product development team at Beacon Foods has been putting the finishing touches to a range of Christmas ingredients that are set to tantalise even Santa's tastebuds

ThaShallot and orange chutney, clementine and fig relish, roast parsnip stuffing, brussel sprout mash with sage and onion and field mushroom and Madeira pate are just few of the exciting products.

Innovative products developed for desserts and breakfast pots include brandied fruits, caramelised clementine zest and Christmas pudding, spiced winter and orange and clove compotes.

The innovative Brecon-based company is also busy taking orders for a range of caramelised fruits and fresh and caramelised citrus zest and citrus crumbs for Christmas desserts and cakes.

A family business established in 1993, Beacon Foods employs around 100 people in Brecon and is the UK's leading specialist producer of roasted and char grilled vegetables and fruit ranges, relishes, chutneys and compotes.

Caption: Onion, field mushroom and Madeira pate is one of the Christmas products developed by Beacon Foods.

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