3663 has enhanced its Christmas tableware, decoration and cracker range by adding 12 inch 'Luxury Red & Gold Script' crackers and a selection of new 7 inch children's crackers.
The Buckinghamshire-based firm has also brought back its 12 inch eco-friendly Woodland Kraft sustainable crackers. New to this year are new matching Woodland Kraft dinner napkins which are also a sustainable product.
Alongside these product additions, crackers are available in noir, plum damask, elegance blue, silver, gold and cream in a 14 inch size and midnight snowflake, fireside claret, white Christmas, seasonal stripe and festive berries in a 12 inch size. Crackers are also sold in an 11 inch size in Christmas party baubles, tartan twist, silver foil and standard designs.
The tableware range from 3663 also includes crockery, glassware and cutlery.
The Woodland Kraft crackers are made from 70 per cent recycled material and can be fully recycled after use.
The Woodland Kraft crackers cost £21.70 for a pack of 50 while the new 'Luxury Red & Gold Script' crackers cost £33.30 for a pack of 50.
The entire 3663 Christmas range is available direct from the distributor or by using the dedicated Christmas range mini-site on the 3663 website. There are also deals available when buying the 'Luxury Red & Gold Script' crackers to receive free packs of party poppers.
This year's 3663 Christmas range includes 40 new food products including 11 of the supplier's own products such as turkey paupiette with cranberry and apricot stuffing, wrapped in bacon and chocolate orange truffle torte.
Based on customer research the company has focused on scratch cooking and buffet products this year as well as an extended vegetarian range and continued alcohol product availability from ViVAS, 3663’s wine arm.
Why you should buy it:
Speaking about the entire 3663 Christmas range, Christa Heydon, 3663 product marketing controller, said: "It’s important to give your customers a meal they’ll remember all year round; which is why this year’s Christmas range caters for both those chefs looking to cook from scratch and create their own seasonal menus, as well as those wanting to offer set menus for their diners."
"Caterers should also remember that Christmas doesn’t have to be just about formal dining. Why not try tempting your customers with Christmas treats and beverages that will give them that festive feeling on the move. Options like seasonal sandwiches and wraps or cranberries with mixed nuts and figs will go down a treat at this time of year."