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British smoked ham and Scotch broth from 3663

By Becky Paskin , 25-Mar-2010

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Foodservice provider 3663 has announced the launch of a selection of chilled and frozen products, including smoked sliced ham and Scotch broth into its portfolio

Kingston Foods British smoked sliced ham, from 3663

Kingston Foods British smoked sliced ham, from 3663

The Kingston Foods British smoked thick sliced ham is made from individually hand trimmed and cured legs of pork, which have been slow cooked and smoked over Beech wood for two hours. The ham is free from artificial colourings, flavours, flavour enhancers and added water.
Available in packs of 6x1x500g (10-13 slices).

 

New to 3663’s chilled range are 5oz British rump steaks, which are supplied in packs of 5x142g.

 

Also available are a selection of frozen products, including TSC Scotch broth, a rich, hearty soup consisting of minced lamb, diced cabbage, onions, potatoes, carrots, leeks and pearl barley. Each portion is individually frozen in pouches, and can be thawed in simmering water in under 10 minutes.
Available in 18x250g packs.

 

KK Fine Foods’ Hunters chicken breasts are now available from 3663, which are supplied frozen in individual portions.
Available in packs of 12 breasts (300g).

 

Finally, the latest addition to 3663’s portfolio is the Eatons raspberry and white chocolate cheesecake, a smooth white chocolate cheesecake with a raspberry topping. Individually frozen, each cheesecake can be defrosted in 12 hours.
Available in packs of 20.

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