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More ideas for ready meals

28 January 2015

Its hugely successful range of ingredients for ready meals manufacturers has been enhanced by Snowbird foods with the launch of two more exciting and innovative fully cooked and frozen products.

Certain to deliver the sweet taste of success are Pork & Apple Meatbites which feature 60% top quality British pork flavoured with iconic Bramley apple plus onion, garlic paste, wheat flour,black pepper, ginger, nutmeg, marjoram, parsley and sage.

Its golden coating contrasts with the darker hue of its new sister product, Pork and Chorizo Meatbites, which delivers gentle heat.

Both meatbites weigh 8g. And the pork and chorizo variant boasts a meat content of over 90% which is accompanied by a complex mix of a dozen flavourings.

Both products are suitable for use as pizza toppings, in wraps, with cheese gratins, pasta bakes and riced based dishes and can also be added to soups.


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