April 2021 Newsletter

Published on: March 29, 2021

So, we are nearly at the end of March, so we can begin looking forwards to April and the beginning of a return to normality!

Easter & Reopening Hospitality

We cannot wait to restart supplying our customers who will reopen for outdoor dining on the 12th April. Above all, we hope that with this gradual reopening, things go smoothly for a full reopening in May. Behind the scenes we are sure there is a lot of planning going on, and menu refreshes for the warmer weather ahead. Don’t forget to contact us as we are now able to source fresh fruit and vegetables on a daily basis!

As a Dairy Wholesaler, we are known to stock a wide variety of dairy goods, cheeses and creams. In addition, we also stock an ever increasing range of dry and tinned goods. For instance, some of our newer products include Tomato Passata, Demerara and soft brown Sugar, but we also do extra virgin olive oil, balsamic vinegar, cannellini beans, borlotti beans, chick peas and so much more! As well as restaurants, cafes and hotels, we also supply wholesale bakeries and caterers, therefore our range is always growing as their needs change. Get in touch with our team for a full product list.

We close on Bank Holidays throughout the year, therefore here is a reminder of our opening times over Easter





April special days

2nd April – Good Friday

4th April – Easter Sunday

4th April – International Carrot Day

5th April – Easter Monday

7th April – World Health Day

12th April – Reopening of outside Hospitality

21st April – National Tea Day

23rd April – St George’s Day

Did you know………?????

… that the first chocolate Easter egg was produced in 1873 by Fry’s. Before this, people would give hollow cardboard eggs, filled with gifts.

… that over 500 million Cadbury’s Crème eggs are made in a year.



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