Wave goodbye to clingfilm!
Yorkshire based Bumble Wrap have created the most beautiful, plastic-free food covering
by using 100% cotton, beeswax, tree resin and a drop of jojoba oil.
These completely natural, washable, re-useable AND compostable wax wraps eliminate
the need for single use cling film and tin foil and will keep your food fresher for longer
meaning less FOOD WASTE!
Ditch the plastic
Being 100% biodegradable and with zero contaminants or toxins, eco-friendly Bumble
Wraps are the natural alternative to single-use plastic and by swapping your plastic wrap
for Bumble Wraps is one small (but amazing) step towards living a more sustainable
Wrap. Wash. Reuse.
The jojoba oil gives Bumble Wrap greater flexibility and even has antifungal properties,
whilst the rosin adds the ‘stick’ we are familiar with from cling film.
But the biggest buzz about Bumble Wrap beeswax food wraps is they're reusable, simply
wash in cool soapy water and air dry ready for next time.
Bumble wrap Beeswax food wraps can be used to wrap or cover most foods, so a few
simple folds and a pinch at the corners will keep your sandwiches fresh. Use the warmth of your hands to seal as you fold over leftovers from last nights dinner...
From pretty ditsy florals and bold stripes to traditional Christmas themes.
Bumble Wraps are available in a fabulous range of patterns and sizes.
Look at this magnificent structure!
This incredible thorn tower is the first and only tower to be built in the UK and the only thorn tower in the WORLD to produce salt!
Blackthorn have revived the ancient Graduation Thorn Tower technique by gathering
seawater, then letting it trickle gently down and through a large wall of thorns packed with
bundles of blackthorn. These first stages rely only on the forces of nature; the sun, wind and sea.
Unlike any other salt, the Blackthorn Salt flavour profile retains a strong, confident
saline echo of the sea,
Blackthorn salt has a certain depth and mellowness with a natural echo of the sea
Blackthorn salt is unique!
chefs and restaurants – such as the Fife
Arms, Garry McLean and James Golding of The Pig Hotel Group as well as many others
- have already chosen to experiment with Blackthorn, using it to finish off a bespoke
cheese, incorporate into specialist charcutarie, add detailed taste notes to intracte
deserts and cocktails, allowing it to delve deep into the marbleing of aged beef and for
floating on gaspacho as well as using Blackthorn as their overall finishing salt.
Everyday we look for more ways to lessen our environmental footprint and we are
proud that our Thorn Tower method evaporates 90% of the seawater - purely due to
the wind and sun working their magic - and uses 85% less energy than the usual
applied heating methods. When the concentration of the remaining liquid is salty
enough, we gently warm it in the panhouse to draw off the crystals by hand: it is a
patient process - all about making the best we can.
Blackthorn is proud to have brought salt making back home to the West Coast of
Scotland where it was once such a thriving local industry. Our methods and means
may be very different from our forebearers’, but we would like to think they would be
proud and amazed by everything that is Blackthorn Salt today. We also look the future
and are always striving to improve. We are particularly proud of our plastic-free wee
box: the perfect size for dipping your hand in, it also ensures that the precious salt is
kept dust free and stored attractively after opening. Our ethos is always to be the best
we can be, absolutely in terms of taste, but also crystal quality - that ‘crucial crunch
factor’ - and in our attitudes and methods.
Want to stock a product with a proven sale record and an eighteen month shelf life?
Chapman's have been supplying independent retailers for over thirty years and whilst we understand the need to be constantly re-inventing products and their presentation
to appeal to an ever changing customer driven marketplace, we like to think good old
fashioned product quality and service will always be appreciated.
The Chapman family have been involved in the Seafish industry for several generations. Based in Grimsby in North-East Lincolnshire, our knowledge and experience is invaluable in all aspects of our business.
Central to the Chapman’s success story has been the late Mavis Chapman and her closely guarded recipes for her inspirational Fish Cakes. Like many Grimsby housewives she had her own special recipes for making traditional Fish Cakes from the
fish that her husband Terry would bring from work. Mavis understood the principle of
only ever using the finest ingredients and this is very much the cornerstone on which the Chapman business still operates.
Today her sons Kevin and Paul continue with this philosophy using some of Mavis’s
very own recipes and some new ones developed and added along the way, that she
would have being very proud of. We still have the pick of fish from local suppliers and
we aim to source our ingredients from local producers.
Chapman’s continue to build on our heritage today and develop exciting and
inspirational Fish and Seafood products. Having recently invested heavily in our
kitchens and production facilities and obtained BRC A grade we nonetheless, still
retain the artisan practices that make our handmade products totally unique.
We now have a wide range of quality products to suit all customer groups but our
Fish Wellingtons are one of our best sellers. Chapman’s Wellingtons are sensational.
Think portions of fish with mouth watering sauces encased in a light puff pastry.
Truly delicious! Your customers will love them! Perfect for impressing friends and
family or just for a heart warming meal. Our Fish Wellingtons are irresistible.
Simply place on a lightly greased baking tray and put into an oven preheated to 200°c
(Gas mark 6) and cook for 30-35 minutes until pastry is crisp and fish cooked through.
(In a non fan assisted oven, cooking time may take longer).
All our products are delivered frozen and have a shelf life of up to eighteen months
making them a great product for farm shops. We take great care with our packaging as
not only does it have to appeal to today's ever demanding customer, but in Covid times
we feel customers want to know each product is safely wrapped giving the highest
levels of hygiene and protection.
If you want to give our products a try we do a first introductory order of just 25 units
and if you want to really work with us and become one of our stockists we can offer a
great support package:
Why not have a look at our full product range and find out more about us at
Telephone: 01472 269871
Chapman's Seafoods Limited
Chapman House, Estate Road 7, South Humberside Industrial Estate, Grimsby, North East Lincolnshire. DN31 2TP
Banhoek Chilli Oil……….A Kitchen Essential for the Spice Connoisseur
Handcrafted in the beautiful Banhoek Valley near Stellenbosch in South Africa,
Banhoek Chilli Oil is a premium grade, artisan chilli oil made from just two ingredients,
the highest quality rapeseed oil and dried Thai Birdseye chillies. 100% natural, no
preservatives, GMO free.
Winner of a Great Taste 2019 award this delicious, golden-hued oil has been
specifically created to complement a wide range of ingredients and to consistently
deliver just the right level of spice without compromising the flavours of the other
Whether your customers like their food fiery hot or just a tickle on the tongue Banhoek Chilli Oil delivers and adds that something special to almost everything from stir fries to marinades, from vegetarian and vegan cuisine, to meat, fish, seafood, pasta, pizza, eggs – the only limit is your imagination!
Corrymoor Farm is the home of Corrymoor Mohair socks. We have been breeding Angora goats and producing socks from mohair since 1992.
Since 1986 we have lived and farmed 128 acres in the beautiful Blackdown Hills AONB. As well as the lovely Angora goats which produce the mohair for Corrymoor Socks, we run a herd of beef cattle. The farm has been fully organic (Soil Association accredited) since 1990.
Known as the “diamond fibre”, mohair is renowned for its strength and durability, lustrous silky smooth fibres and unique wicking properties - the perfect natural material for socks.
The fibres of mohair are 3 times more resistant to abrasion than are the fibres of sheep’s wool and so socks made with mohair last longer and are much more difficult to wear out.
Mohair fibres are smooth and so don’t trap bacteria which cause smells and bad foot
health: no bacteria = no smell.
Corrymoor’s 150 goats are shorn twice a year and produce stunning silky mohair fleeces of between 2kg and 5kg at each shearing. The goats do their best to grow as much mohair as possible but as we sell around 20,000 socks a year, we do have to purchase mohair from other sources as well. The mohair used in the Corrymoor “Devon Stripes” range of socks is shorn entirely from our own flock.
All our socks are knitted for us on traditional machinery in Leicestershire.
Corrymoor Socks enjoy a worldwide reputation for comfort and durability. We offer a
colourful, luxurious and hardwearing range of socks for men, women and children.
Whatever the activity, whatever the weather, the hardwearing and ‘no sweat, no smell’
properties of mohair are a massive selling point. From bedsocks to elastic-free socks; from trainer socks to long socks; from hard-wearing cushioned socks to lightweight everyday socks, we have socks for every walk of life.
Corrymoor has a huge loyal following and many of the farm shops we supply find that
people come back again and again for socks. Although Corrymoors are available from our website, for many people seeing and feeling what you buy is all important.
All trade customers are listed on our website with a direct website link.
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