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Beacon Foods is good for a stuffing

11 June 2010

Caramelised apples, clementines, orange slices, pineapples and sliced and diced pears are just a few of the fruit ingredients now being added to Britain's favourite bangers by Beacon Foods

Caramelised apples, clementines, orange slices, pineapples and sliced and diced pears are just a few of the fruit ingredients now being added to Britain's favourite bangers by Beacon Foods.

Innovative fruit and vegetable recipes are being developed by the leading ingredients specialist to give traditional sausages and stuffings a modern twist.

Some of the stuffing recipes include roasted parsnip and traditional sage and onion with cranberries for a Christmas theme. The versatile stuffings are ideal for use in sandwich fillings for both hot and cold eating as well as for pizzas and ready meals.

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


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