This website uses cookies primarily for visitor analytics. Certain pages will ask you to fill in contact details to receive additional information. On these pages you have the option of having the site log your details for future visits. Indicating you want the site to remember your details will place a cookie on your device. To view our full cookie policy, please click here. You can also view it at any time by going to our Contact Us page.

Fourayes 'goes way beyond with its Jam '

09 May 2011

Fourayes Farm, the sole remaining English-owned Bramley apple grower and processor, has been diversifying into new products with the production of its own jam

Says Phil Acock, MD of Fourayes, “At Fourayes we go ‘way beyond fruit’ and with the economic climate still challenging we have diversified into a number of new market sectors, with jam being one of them.

“A year ago we made a significant investment into this side of the business with the installation of a vacuum production plant which allows us to deliver high quality products with exceptional flavour and colour delivery and no caramelisation.”

Fourayes specialises in bespoke industrial jams made to specific application requirements and tolerances using a range of individual fruits or Bramley apple puree with English strawberrys, raspberries or other fruits. Fourayes high quality jams are made as smooth, pump-able products at highly competitive prices.

We can even offer a range of jams with Kentish provenance.

Continues Phil, “We are already working with a number of customers providing jam which is used in confectionary products such as donuts and scones and in products where spread-ability is a key requirement such as celebration cakes, in baked products such as jam tarts and for specialised bake-stable products such as slices.”


Contact Details and Archive...

Print this page | E-mail this page

RELATED CONTENT...


Article image Chocolate patent approval could ‘occupy 3D printing’

Researchers are developing a 3D printing process that could enable chocolate to be solidified into new shapes.Full Story...

Article image EHL celebrates Popcorn Day with 20% discount

19 January is Popcorn Day and to celebrate EHL Ingredients is offering 20% off all popcorn orders placed on the day. Over the past year, popcorn has witnessed an increase in popularity in the foodservice and retail sectors, with EHL’s sales up 10% on last year. Nationally, popcorn sales have grown 300%, taking overall market value to £42m.Full Story...

By gum! Chew on this...

KP Snacks to become part of European Intersnack Group

Cake workers go to Dublin 'to stop Greencore’s attacks on pay, conditions'

RELATED SPONSORED ARTICLES...


Article image EHL celebrates Popcorn Day with 20% discount

19 January is Popcorn Day and to celebrate EHL Ingredients is offering 20% off all popcorn orders placed on the day. Over the past year, popcorn has witnessed an increase in popularity in the foodservice and retail sectors, with EHL’s sales up 10% on last year. Nationally, popcorn sales have grown 300%, taking overall market value to £42m.Full Story...

Article image Rabin announces auction of Confectionery & Liquorice machines

Assets surplus to the needs of Leaf BV will be auctioned off via the internet between March 26-29 says auctioneer Rabin Brothers. A large quantity of both processing and packaging machines is available for sale from Leaf’s Denmark, Sweden & Italy sites.Full Story...

Flavour from Ghana cocoa bean for new liquor

MOST VIEWED...


Article image Spray and save on the glazing process

Food glazes are widely used in the bakery sector to improve the look and taste of baked products. Traditionally, this coating process has resulted in substantial waste. Technology advances mean that this is no longer the case. Full Story...

Article image Your flexible friend in the food factory

Suzanne Gill finds out where thermal imaging technology can help around the factory. Full Story...

A dry-ageing process improvement

Self diagnostics: an enabler for predictive maintenance

What role does refrigeration play in the supply chain?

http://www.appetite4eng.co.uk