Aunt Bessie’s Yorkshire puddings range expand into chiller
Aunt Bessie's Yorkshire puddings range is expanding from the freezer to chiller
Aunt Bessie's is taking its range of Yorkshire puddings – a staple ingredient of traditional roast dinners in the UK – into the chilled category.
Aunt Bessie's, part of the UK's William Jackson Food Group, already produces its special recipe Yorkshires in a frozen range and said the new packs of six Chilled Yorkshire Puddings will "have a more home-style appearance" than their frozen counterparts.
Senior brand manger for Yorkshire puddings at Aunt Bessie's, Claire Glen, said: "Shoppers have told us through independent benchmarking that we produce the highest quality Yorkshire puddings. As the leaders in Yorkshire puddings, if Yorkshire puddings are being sold in a shop, whether in chilled or frozen, people expect to be able to find Aunt Bessie's."
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