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Classic Cuisine 'completes offering with courses for entire menu'

24 July 2012

Classic Cuisine has announced it's recently increased its offering to include a variety of frozen deserts and frozen savouries. To strengthen its existing range Classic Cuisine recently bought Jon George Ltd a frozen desserts and savoury manufacturer based in Worcestershire.

This is a very exciting time for Classic Cuisine as not only will they be adding a variety of new products to their range but will also be gaining the expertise of Jon George who will continue working with Classic Cuisine.

Jon who has had many years of experience gained in Michelin starred restaurants will move into a pivotal role of innovation and development at Classic Cuisine and he will be bringing his skills to enhance the dessert and vegetarian range.

Jeeva Sanmugam Managing Director of Classic Cuisine comments “We are very happy with the recent addition of Jon George and their fantastic product range. Jon George’s range of products not only enhances the Classic Cuisine range but will allow us to provide dishes for the entire menu. We believe that this will be a very promising acquisition for Classic Cuisine and will entail in new product developments and innovations.”

Classic Cuisine will be adding a variety of dessert and vegetarian savoury dishes to their offering. The desserts range includes a moist and crumbly bakewell tart, a rich and smooth Irish cream cheese cake, a moist and gooey chocolate centred pudding and a range of other desserts such as tiramisu, tarts, cakes and mousses. The vegetarian savoury range includes a healthy and tasty smokey bean rosti, a delicious roast root vegetable rarebit, a light and crumbly goats cheese, red onion and walnut tart not to mention a range of pies, soufflés and tarts.


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