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Condiments producer sticks with Beatson Clark

02 March 2011

Condiments producer, Essfoods, whose main brand is Stokes Sauces, continues to strengthen its relationship with glass packaging manufacturer Beatson Clark, as it expands sales of its premium mayonnaise product

Stokes Mayonnaise, which is packaged in Beatson Clark’s bespoke 12oz white flint jar will be sold by Waitrose stores nationwide from March. Stokes Mayonnaise is one of only a few brands on the market that uses Freedom Food free range egg in their products.

Freedom Food is the RSPCA’s farm assurance and food labelling scheme, which is dedicated to improving the welfare standards for the 900 million farm animals reared for food each year in the UK.

Rick Sheepshanks, Director of ESS Foods commented: “Stokes Sauces source the best quality ingredients and promotes the highest standards of animal welfare for all its products. Mediocrity is not an option.

“We apply the same values to our choice of the supplier of our bottles and jars. We’ve used Beatson Clark right from the start as we believe the distinctive shapes and stylish quality of Beatson Clark’s glassware reflect our foodie brand values.”

Beatson Clark was also recently pleased to increase its supply to Stokes Sauces with its bespoke 250ml white flint dressing bottle used to enhance the brand of Stokes Tomato Ketchup and Stokes Brown Sauces. The sauces are now being supplied to premium pub restaurants along with more traditional routes to consumers via delis, independent stores, farm shops and some large supermarkets.

Laina Freeman, Beatson Clark’s account manager said: “Establishing good customer relationships is key to Beaston Clark’s success. We are continually developing products and service to ensure our clients choose us when expanding their ranges. Essfoods is a long established customer that chose our bespoke white flint jars and dressing bottles to give that extra high quality edge to its already premium products.”


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